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Daniel Goes to Meeting by Barbara Janoe
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Daniel Goes to Meeting

by Barbara Janoe

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This beautifully written story is about Daniel, a boy of about 8 or 9, who goes to meeting with his parents one Sunday instead of going to First Day School with his little sister. His father tells him to sit still and think about God. His mother tells him to look at the pictures in his head. Daniel tries one, then the other, then both at once -- and he thinks he sees God. This is a black-and-white picture book comprised of short, very simple sentences, mostly one to a page with full-page line drawings facing each page of text. It is suitable for beginning readers and for read-aloud at home or in Children's Meeting. The thoughts presented might be of interest to children as old as 10 or 100.
  WARM | Sep 12, 2009 |
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