Loved: The Lord's Prayer (Board Books)

Loved: The Lord's Prayer By Sally Lloyd-Jones, Jago (Illustrator) Cover Image
By Sally Lloyd-Jones, Jago (Illustrator)
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From the creators of the bestselling?The Jesus Storybook Bible--with over three million copies sold--comes?Loved, a board book retelling of the Lord's Prayer in very child-friendly language that helps little ones learn to pray. And the colorful, engaging contemporary illustrations that bring the words to life will hold your child's interest as you read together. Hello Daddy We want to know you. And be close to you. Please show us how. Even the youngest kids can experience God's Never Stopping, Never Giving Up, Unbreaking, Always and Forever Love in this board book that presents the Lord's Prayer in words any child can understand. Loved: - Is ideal for children ages 0-4 - Is a padded board book with rounded corners that holds up to repeated use, and is the perfect size for toddlers - Teaches little ones how to pray - Pairs Sally Lloyd-Jones' retelling of the Lord's Prayer with colorful artwork from Jago that shows how the words apply to children's everyday lives - Is the perfect gift for baby showers, birthdays, and baptisms - Is part of The Jesus Storybook Bible series, which also includes?Found, The?Jesus Storybook Deluxe Edition, ?The Jesus Storybook Bible?audio, and The Jesus Storybook Bible Coloring Book With vibrant new illustrations and a sturdy format perfect for little hands, you and your child can explore Jesus' timeless teaching together in a new and fresh way.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780310757610
ISBN-10: 0310757614
Publisher: Zonderkidz
Publication Date: September 4th, 2018
Pages: 20
Language: English

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