Item description for Miracles and Parables of Jesus: Find Picture Puzzle by Liz Ball...
Overview Some of the most important stories we'll tell our children are the stories found in the Gospel about Jesus: stories of hope, healing, trust, and the way Jesus will be with us always. Use this search and find book to spend time with your favorite children telling these stories. While you look for the hidden pictures you can talk with them about the story that is depicted in the illustration. Citations make it easy to find the story in any Bible. Miracles and Parables of Jesus doubles as a coloring book when the hidden pictures have been found. Includes information on how to locate Scripture passages. Covers miracles of Jesus as well as the most important messages Jesus gave us as found in the Gospel: building our house on rock, every person is our neighbor, the kingdom of God is like a mustard seed, God always looks for us, we shouldn't think of ourselves as the most important, and more.
Publishers Description More hidden object puzzles based on the miracles and parables of jesus. Includes scripture citations. Ages 7-10.
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Studio: Pauline Books & Media
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.7" Width: 8.3" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2005
Publisher Pauline Books & Media
Grade Level Grade School
Series Find The Picture Puzzles
ISBN 0819848301 ISBN13 9780819848307
Availability 0 units.
More About Liz Ball
Liz Ball is a horticultural writer, photographer, researcher, and teacher whose articles and photographs have appeared in numerous catalogs, magazines, and books. Ball wrote regularly for the National Garden Bureau and Burpee's websites. Her weekly Yardening column appeared in her local newspaper for more than fourteen years. Ball has authored or co-authored a multitude of books, including the Pennsylvania Gardener's Guide (also for Cool Springs Press).She writes on a large number of topics for gardeners but specializes in addressing issues that concern non-gardening homeowners who have lawns and plants to care for but a limited amount of time or interest of working in the yard (whom she calls "yardeners.") After decades spent teaching writing, literature, and history at the secondary school level, Ball devoted herself to horticulture. She has taught courses on gardening for local community adult and arboretum programs, as well as for various universities. Ball is a frequent lecturer, speaking often to garden clubs, hort societies, civic groups and to the public. In her spare time, Ball concentrates on a two-acre yard that serves as her informal laboratory and demonstration garden for all her "experiments."