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Spirit Storybooks: Three Traditional Tales from Around the World

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Great Stories for Great Kids!
All over the earth, people share the spirit with their children in the same way - by telling stories. Now, Spirit Storybooks brings home a gift of the world's most treasured and time-honored stories for all our children to enjoy and grow in spirit.
In Spirit Storybooks, they'll make friends with everyone from Bamapama, the Aboriginal Australian hero who chased a kangaroo and ...
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Overview

Great Stories for Great Kids!
All over the earth, people share the spirit with their children in the same way - by telling stories. Now, Spirit Storybooks brings home a gift of the world's most treasured and time-honored stories for all our children to enjoy and grow in spirit.
In Spirit Storybooks, they'll make friends with everyone from Bamapama, the Aboriginal Australian hero who chased a kangaroo and discovered the sunrise, to Yima, the Zoroastrian "Noah" who helped save all creatures from the death of winter.
Angels, goddesses and gods, and all kinds of animals - greedy monkeys, bumbling bees, terrible lions, beautiful butterflies and laughable coyotes - all live in these extraordinary tales. Jesus, King Solomon, Kuan-Yin, Krishna, Buddha and many others who have walked the path of spirit come alive in Spirit Storybooks, too. In Spirit Storybooks, children will see the world -- and themselves - in a wholly new light!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780992055349
  • Publisher: A to Z Spirit Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/25/2013
  • Pages: 34
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.09 (d)

Meet the Author

Aaron Zerah - Author
From early childhood, Aaro&ngrave;s parents, both Holocaust survivors, showed (and continue to show) him the power of acceptance and love. As an ordained Interfaith Minister, teacher, and parent, Aaron honors the wisdom found in all peoples and cultures. Aaron believes in the spirit of children and their power to create a world of peace and joy.
Aaron is the published author of four books: 365 Spirit, A Time to Mourn, Every Day Is a Blessing and How the Children Became Stars which continue to be happily received and shared throughout the world.
Aaron currently lives in the lovely town of Sechelt, British Columbia (near Vancouver) with his fifteen-year-old daughter, Sari, who is the delight of his life.

Della Burford - Painter
Award-winning and best-selling author, Della Burford's art has been inspired by dreams, different cultures, and imagination. She has conducted Art and Creative Writing workshops for children and adults for thirty years. She is a former teacher of Design at Humber College. Her workshops have been in Mexico, Guatemala, England, Bali and North America.

She painted large canvases as sets for productions of her stories 'Dodoland' and 'Magical Earth Secrets' in New York City. She painted Spirit Storybooks with the help of dream guides.

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