Item description for Bible Animal Tales: 50 Devotionals for Tweenagers by Mary Rose Pearson...
Bible Animal Tales is in the tradition of several classic children's devotional books by Mary Rose Pearson, including "Frogs in Pharaoh's Bed", "Seven Ducks in Dirty Water" and "All About God." It is suited for children 8-12 years old. In addition to an explanation of the Bible text, each devotional includes a delightful cartoon illustration, interesting facts about the featured animal, a personal application, as well as puzzles and games related to the Bible text.
The book lends itself to a variety of uses. Parents can enjoy reading it with their children for family devotions, or children can read it alone. Churches can use it for Sunday school classes, children's church, or vacation Bible school. Home schoolers can use it to teach zoology from a creationist perspective along with the Bible.
The devotionals build the faith of believers, but they also clearly present the gospel. 8-12 year olds make decisions that affect their lives and eternal destinies. Putting this book into their hands encourages them to choose Gods way.
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Studio: Fair Havens Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.64" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.79" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2004
Publisher Fair Havens Publications
Grade Level Grade School
ISBN 0966480376 ISBN13 9780966480375
Availability 0 units.
More About Mary Rose Pearson
Pearson has 58 yrs. of experience teaching children in Sunday schools, children's crusades, Vacation Bible schools, and other settings. She is a puppeteer and ventriloquist and author of 18 books and over 600 articles. She has been involved in full-time evangelism activities, working along with her husband, Pastor M.N. Pearson.
Mary Rose Pearson currently resides in Minneola, in the state of Florida. Mary Rose Pearson was born in 1921.