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As the second book in author Dandi Mackall's seasonal series, Journey, Easter Journey! presents the biblical story of Christ's life, death, and resurrection in a way that is engaging and appropriate for young children. Mackall's first book in the series was Off to Plymouth Rock! Great for kids age 3-7, this short, poetic verse with brilliant illustrations is lighthearted but filled with reverence for the sacrifice Christ paid. This story presents the life of Christ as a journey, beginning in Bethlehem with His ...
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Journey, Easter Journey

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Overview

As the second book in author Dandi Mackall's seasonal series, Journey, Easter Journey! presents the biblical story of Christ's life, death, and resurrection in a way that is engaging and appropriate for young children. Mackall's first book in the series was Off to Plymouth Rock! Great for kids age 3-7, this short, poetic verse with brilliant illustrations is lighthearted but filled with reverence for the sacrifice Christ paid. This story presents the life of Christ as a journey, beginning in Bethlehem with His birth, then moving on to His life in Nazareth and Galilee, telling about His Father's love. Finally, Christ's journey to Calvary, and the wondering if this was His journey's end. But indeed it wasn't the end, as His journey continued with His resurrection and ascension. This short verse concludes with the encouragement that someday we can all journey on to heaven and be together with Christ. Perfect for Easter story-telling or for using as a teaching tool with homeschoolers.

Easy, rhyming text describes Jesus' lifelong journey, from heaven to Bethlehem, throughout the Holy Land, and back to heaven, focusing on the Resurrection.

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A companion to their Off to Plymouth Rock!, Dandi Daley Mackall's Journey, Easter Journey!, illus. by Gene Barretta, pairs mostly happy, cartoonlike art with rhyming verses charting Jesus' life, death and resurrection as parts of a journey: "Jesus on a journey, carried to a cold, dark cave,/ Soldiers guarding Jesus, who's left inside the tomb./ Early Easter morning, women come to mourn his death,/ But the stone is rolled away from the empty room!" Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781418553036
  • Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/19/2004
  • Sold by: THOMAS NELSON
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 32
  • Sales rank: 1,229,446
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Dandi Daley Mackall has published about 400 books for children and adults publishers including Simon & Schuster, DreamWorks, Tyndale, Disney, Warner Brothers, and Scholastic. She's a frequent guest on radio talk shows,and made dozens of appearances on TV.

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