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The Lord Is My Shepherd

by Regolo Ricci

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One of the most comforting and reassuring passages of all time, “Psalm 23” is a celebration of life and rebirth. Here, for people of all ages, is a stunningly beautiful presentation of cycles and seasons, seen through the eyes of a wondrous array of creatures — great and small, strong and weak — all playing their parts in nature’s intricate plan. Lavish paintings by Regolo Ricci, make The Lord is My Shepherd a keepsake that calls readers back again and again.

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The flora and fauna of rural Ontario illustrate the text of Psalm 23.

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