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Let There Be Light: Bible Stories Illustrated by Jane Ray

by Jane Ray

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0525459251, Hardcover)

Three beloved Bible stories now available in one stunning volume. An interpretation so fresh, so unique, that it rejuvenates the spirit and makes the timeless story ever new and Folk-art exuberance, sapphire and emerald hues, and decorative detail mark Ray's style and reflect Creation's rich abundance are among the praises that have been showered upon Jane Ray's books based on the Bible: The Story of Christmas and The Story of the Creation. Now these stories and also Jane Ray's Noah's Ark can be enjoyed in one beautiful volume that will serve as inspiration, refreshment, and entertainment for young readers. The regard for life that comes across so strongly in Ray's artwork pays tribute to every living thing in the Genesis story and to the Lord's gifts in the tales of Noah and the birth of Jesus. A palpable sense of power and pride in creation permeates both the text and the illustrations to make this a dramatic and valuable book. In the rich play of Jane Ray's colorsmany families will find--whatever their religious commitments--a flash of the joy in life betokened by the bow in the cloud.--The New York Times Book Review

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 17:59:18 -0400)

A retelling of Bible stories from both the old and new testaments.

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