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The Story of Easter (Eyewitness Animals)

by Robin Currie

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Seven different animals recall events of the first Easter in this delightful first-person narrative. Great for parents or Sunday school teachers, this book includes tales of Clip-clop Donkey, Whiskers Mouse, Flutter Dove, Charger Horse, Digger Mole, Lop-along Hound, and Patches Cat. (amazon).
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Seven different animals recall events of the first Easter in this delightful first-person narrative. Great for parents or Sunday school teachers, this book includes tales of Clip-clop Donkey, Whiskers Mouse, Flutter Dove, Charger Horse, Digger Mole, Lop-along Hound, and Patches Cat.

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Seven different animals tell what they learned about Jesus as they witnessed the events from his entry into Jerusalem through his appearance to his disciples after his resurrection. Includes instructions for reader to use sounds and movement.

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