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Put Your Arms Around the World: Global Songs and Activities for Children

by S T Jr. Kimbrough

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Join with children from more than 15 countries and regions in singing the stories of their faith. Includes 18 songs, reproducible singers' scores, and leader helps. 

Contents: Put your arms around the world -- Animal choir -- Alle Kinder dieser Erde = All the children, wheresoever -- Miren qu bueno! = Oh, look and wonder! -- All praise to our redeeming Lord -- Dedeen ded = Lord of lords --Kanisa litajengua = O, who will build the church now? -- Vi vandrar = We're walking -- Bate batuque -- Forty days and forty nights -- Baba tino tenda = God on high, we thank you -- Dong tian yi wang = Winter has passed -- Kyrie = Gracious Lord, have mercy -- Mari, mari = Greeting song -- All things bright and beautiful -- Don'na tokidemo = Any time and anywhere -- U we doli s di = Orphan child -- We will be God's people.
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