Series: Hymns for a Kid's Heart

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Hymns for a Kid's Heart - Volume 1 by Bobbie WolgemuthVolume 1
Hymns for a Kid's Heart - Volume 2 by Bobbie WolgemuthVolume 2
Christmas Carols for Kid's Heart (Hymns for a Kid's Heart, Vol. 3) by Bobbie WolgemuthVolume 3
Passion Hymns for a Kid's Heart (Hymns for a Kid's Heart, Vol. 4) by Bobbie WolgemuthVolume 4

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  1. Mr. Pipes and Psalms and Hymns of the Reformation by Douglas Bond (2000)
  2. O Worship the King: Hymns of Praise and Assurance to Encourage Your Heart by Robert Wolgemuth (1602)
  3. Wee Sing Bible Songs by Pamela Conn Beall (1986)
  4. Isaac Watts Remembered 1674-1748 by David G. Fountain (1974)
  5. Leading Little Ones to God: A Child's Book of Bible Teachings by Marian M. Schoolland (1961)
  6. All Things Bright and Beautiful by Cecil Frances Alexander (1989)
  7. Silent Night, Holy Night: The Story Behind Our Favorite Christmas Carol (Traditions of Faith from Around the World) by Myrna A. Strasser (2004)
  8. Music from Our Lord's Holy Heaven by Gloria Jean Pinkney (2005)
  9. Christian Liberty Nature Reader Book 1 by Wendy Kramer (1992)
  10. The Story of the Orchestra by Robert Levine (2001)
  11. Hero Tales: A Family Treasury of True Stories from the Lives of Christian Heroes Volume 1 by Dave Jackson (1996)
  12. The True Story of Noah's Ark (with audio CD and pull-out spread) by Tom Dooley (2003)
  13. This Is the Day! by Nancy White Carlstrom (2009)
  14. The Little Golden Book of Hymns by Elsa Jane Werner (1947)
  15. My First Hymnal: Seventy-Five Favorite Bible Songs and What They Mean by Karyn Henley (1994)

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