Item description for Brave Queen Esther (Bible Pop-Up Pals) by Rondi DeBoer, Christine Tangvald & Holli Conger...
Overview Pop-ups high on charm tell a complete Bible story in just 8 pages and surprise preschoolers with every page turn.
Pop-ups high on charm tell a complete Bible story in just 8 pages and surprise preschoolers with every page turn.
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Studio: Standard Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.92" Width: 6.02" Height: 0.26" Weight: 0.23 lbs.
Binding Board Books
Release Date Mar 1, 2007
Publisher Standard Publishing Company
Grade Level Pre School
Series Bible Pop Up Pals
Series Number 1
ISBN 0784719470 ISBN13 9780784719473
Availability 0 units.
More About Rondi DeBoer, Christine Tangvald & Holli Conger
Rondi DeBoer sold her first series at age fifteen and now has more than 430,000 copies of her books in print. After graduating from WSU in Elementary Education and studying at Multnomah Biblical Seminary, she went on to become a classical Christian teacher. Now she spends her time homeschooling her three daughters and eagerly awaits the arrival of a fourth daughter from China. She and her husband, Brian, live in Washington with their family. Christine Tangvald has been writing for children for more than 25 years, with nearly 100 titles to her name and almost 3.5 million books in print. After earning her Elementary Education degree, she worked with children for more than 20 years. Her passion is to personalize God and make him real and alive to small children. She lives in Washington with her husband Roald.
Reviews - What do customers think about Brave Queen Esther (Bible Pop-Up Pals)?
A book about Purim that doesn't mention the Jews or Purim Mar 4, 2009
This little book says "Haman was a mean, mean man (who) wanted to hurt God's people." Who are they? Aren't we all? So a book meant to introduce children to the story of Queen Esther and her risking her life to save her people - the Jews, resulting in the celebration of Purim, manages to pretend that neither the Jews nor the holiday have anything to do with the story of Esther and Haman. IT DESERVES NO STARS AT ALL (but this website forecloses that option).