Monday, September 17, 2018

Lamb of God: Inspirational Story And Journal For Children

 A lost lamb, a cross, and a conversation with Jesus are the components in this touching, poetic message of forgiveness, mercy, love, and the Savior's ultimate act of sacrifice. Lamb of God is geared towards ages seven through nine, or second through fourth grades, and includes bible verses to learn, as well as journal pages for young ones to write their thoughts and prayers. The sketches are black and white to purposely have children concentrate on the story itself and the important message contained within it. However, children can color the sketches if they so choose. There is also plenty of space on the story pages for doodling. A great way to introduce children to the art of journaling without it being overwhelming.
SAVING ALESSANDRA is the debut novel for Christian writer, Christine Maria Jahn. Her love of words began as a young girl during daily sessions of crossword puzzles with her father. Her passion for the written word grew to include poetry in high school, and further still with late eighteenth through early nineteenth century historical fiction during her time in college. With the encouragement of her grown daughters, Ms. Jahn set her own pen to paper.
Ms. Jahn currently resides in Virginia, where she is currently working on two sequels to SAVING ALESSANDRA. She is also the author of two early reader books for children titled, CHILD OF MINE and CHILD OF GOD. Her third children's book, LAMB OF GOD, is an inspirational story and beginning journal for ages seven through nine. Release date is slated for end of February/beginning of March 2017. Royalties from the sale of her children's books are used to send copies to missionaries around the world and to church nurseries within the United States. 
Links
Twitter: @Christine9163

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