The Lord's Prayer for Little Ones
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The Lord's Prayer for Little Ones

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by Allia Zobel Nolan, Janet Samuel
     
 

Teaching little ones about prayer is one of the most important responsibilities and privileges of parents and grandparents. Author Allia Zobel Nolan, creator of The Ten Commandments for Little Ones, shares a child-friendly journey through the Lord's Prayer to help parents create a legacy of talking to God anytime, anywhere, about anything.

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Overview

Teaching little ones about prayer is one of the most important responsibilities and privileges of parents and grandparents. Author Allia Zobel Nolan, creator of The Ten Commandments for Little Ones, shares a child-friendly journey through the Lord's Prayer to help parents create a legacy of talking to God anytime, anywhere, about anything.

Give us this day our daily bread

Father, You always give us what we need.
So we pray for enough food for today.
You know how to take care of your children.
So we never have to worry.

Clever, fun art engages children ages 3-8 while the "Dig Deeper" sections and definitions help parents nurture faith conversations with their children and a sense of how much God loves them.

This tender invitation to a life of prayer is ideal for parents and grandparents to have in their homes and to give to the children they adore.

Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Carlee Hallman
Each phrase of the prayer is illustrated and has an inset with further explanation. For "Thy kingdom come," cheerful children are petting farm animals in a petting zoo. The inset says that the kingdom will be a "happy place," and "We can't wait to see it." For "deliver us from evil:" the picture shows frightened children coming in from a storm. The inset says: "Keep us safe from the devil." In the back are 10 questions. "What do we call talking to God?" The answers are on the facing page. "Talking to God" is called "prayer." The prayer is also shown as a dance for children with pictures of children in various poses with the words of the prayer. There is a short glossary. The bright pictures show active little children. Reviewer: Carlee Hallman

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780736926621
Publisher:
Harvest House Publishers
Publication date:
02/01/2011
Pages:
32
Product dimensions:
8.10(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
3 - 8 Years

Meet the Author

Allia Zobel Nolan is an internationally published, award-winning author of more than 170 children?s and adult trade titles with close to three million books in print. Her books reflect her passions, God, cats, and writing for children, and include such titles as Cat Confessions and The Ten Commandments for Little Ones. She lives in Connecticut with her husband and their three cats, Angela, Sinead, and McDuff.

Janet Samuel is a professional illustrator whose colorful art is featured in The Ten Commandments for Little Ones. As an illustrator of greeting cards and books, she has worked with numerous clients including The Art Group, International Greetings, Pan Macmillan, Parragon, Scholastic, Fernleigh Books, and Lion Hudson. Janet lives with her daughter in South Wales.

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The Lord's Prayer for Little Ones 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
santoney More than 1 year ago
I wanted this book because I have several young nieces and nephews I was hoping would benefit from this book. As soon as I browsed the book (prior to reading it cover to cover), I recognized it would be a wonderful tool for the youngsters to learn about The Lord's Prayer -- and might even help me out as a refresher course. After reading through the entire book (the illustrations are top-notch as well), I am confident my family of little ones will be able to learn about this Prayer much easier than I remember learning it from our big Holy Bible. In today's society, we want children to get excited learning about religion and, in my opinion, books like this are what we need to accomplish that goal.