Stories Jesus Told Book Pack 8pk

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Sharing the lessons that Jesus taught, eight stories of truth, love and wisdom, delightfully illustrated with easy to read text suitable for Foundation and KS1 children.
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Sharing the lessons that Jesus taught, eight stories of truth, love and wisdom, delightfully illustrated with easy to read text suitable for Foundation and KS1 children. Including 'The Lost Sheep', The Two Sons and The Good Stranger. 32pg, Pbk. 214 x 194mm.The Good StrangerSome robbers attack a poor man and leave him lying on the ground, all alone and badly hurt. Some people are coming along the road - will anyone stop and help him?The House on the RockTwo men went to build houses. One found a strong flat rock on which to build, the other thought he'd like to live on a sandy beach. What happened when the weather turned nasty?The Little GateA tall, proud camel, carrying a load of very expensive carpets, must squeeze through a little opening to reach the market where the carpets will be sold. He is so big and the gate is so small - how will he ever make it?The Lost SheepThe Lost Sheep tells how one of the farmer's sheep is missing and he must search everywhere to find it. Will the farmer give up or will there be a wonderful party when the sheep is found?The Precious PearlThe Precious Pearl tells the story of how a rich man who collects beautiful things one day see something that makes his legs turn to jelly: a gigantic pearl. He wants it more than anything else in the world, but to have enough money to buy it, he must sell everything else he owns. What does he do?The Rich FarmerThe Rich Farmer tells the story of how every year he grew more and more corn until his barns were bursting. All his neighbours thought he must be very clever, but who thought he was really silly?The Ten Silver CoinsOh dear! Here is a woman who is very sad. She has lost something very, very important and she must search everywhere to find it. She turns her house upside down. Does she find what she has lost?The Two SonsA farmer has two sons. One day he is very busy and asks his sons to help him. One says 'No I can't'; but later is sorry and goes to help; the other says 'Yes, of course' but forgets to go. Which son pleased his father most?

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