The Oil Lamp

The Oil Lamp

The Oil Lamp

The Oil Lamp

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Overview

In this third episode to "The Little Pot" and "The Tea Pot", the potter forms a new vessel and names it, Oil Lamp. After Oil Lamp is created, it is too shy to stay on fire for the potter and continually hides under a bowl. As it becomes braver and braver, It must learn to shine in a way that will not burn the other vessels. Through the testimonies of Tea Pot and Little Pot, Oil Lamp realizes it can be brave enough to shine for its creator. This allegory will help children identify the light their potter ignites in each of them as they learn the importance of sharing their own life stories. They will discover how to overcome their own fears and shine the light within themselves.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780578764337
Publisher: Dawn Stephens Books
Publication date: 09/09/2020
Series: Potter , #3
Pages: 36
Product dimensions: 11.00(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.25(d)
Age Range: 3 - 12 Years

About the Author

After successful careers as an elementary teacher, a school administrator, and a business owner, Dawn enjoys writing, illustrating, and designing children's books. Her work has won a Dove Award, a Mom's Choice Gold Award, and Disney's i-Parenting Award. Her books have traveled around the world with missionaries and organizations that aid children in third world countries. Her passion is to use stories and pictures to make learning fun while sharing with everyone just how much their creator loves them.

After successful careers as an elementary teacher, a school administrator, and a business owner, Dawn enjoys writing, illustrating, and designing children's books. Her work has won a Dove Award, a Mom's Choice Gold Award, and Disney's i-Parenting Award. Her books have traveled around the world with missionaries and organizations that aid children in third world countries. Her passion is to use stories and pictures to make learning fun while sharing with everyone just how much their creator loves them.
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