Jesus’ friend has died. His other friends think Jesus could have helped if he had come to visit sooner. But Jesus has something special in mind, a surprise no one ever would have guessed.
This is a Level One I Can Read! book, which means it’s perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences. It aligns with guided reading level J and will be of interest to children Pre-K to 3rd grade.
About the Author
A Crystal Bowman le gusta escribir relatos y poemas. Cuando tenia diez anos, su libro favorito era una coleccion de poemas divertidos que todavia conserva. Ademas de escribir relatos, poemas y rimas, Crystal disfruta pasando tiempo con su esposo y sus hijos ya crecidos, dando largas caminatas y comiendo helados. Ellos dividen su tiempo entre Michigan y Florida.
Valerie Sokolova was born in Lvov, Ukraine. Later she moved to Minsk, Belarus, where she graduated from Belarus State Institute of Theatre and Art. She has illustrated over thirty children's books in Russia. Valerie has also published books in the United States, including King Arthur's Courage, The Golden Books Treasury of Christmas Joy, Thankful Together and Bella Basset Balerina. Valerie lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband Alex, daughter Nikkie and a friendly wild gecko in the basement.
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Jesus Raises Lazarus
By Crystal Bowman
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Chapter OneA man named Lazarus was sick.
He lived in Bethany with his two sisters. Their names were Mary and Martha. They were all friends of Jesus.
Mary and Martha wanted Jesus to make their brother better. They sent someone to tell Jesus that Lazarus was sick.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I left a review for another book in this series and this one would be the same. My 1st grader had a great time reading it. We had a good discussion about story points. Enjoyed having a eary reader with a christian story. I will look for more in the series.