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Little Daisy and the Swearing Glass

Little Daisy and the Swearing Glass

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Triangle Press has undertaken the rewriting of classics into children's language and modern English. Each of these classics, which teach character, exalt Christ, and honor God's word in a refreshing manner not found in more modern books, will teach your child a distinct character building Godly principal.This "Character Building Series" emphasizes strong Christian principals without denominational beliefs. Triangle Press strives to offer the general public material which only reflects the Word of God, and therefore can be read by every Christian regardless of denominational preference.Gentle Daisy's parents were supposed dead from a disaster at sea while she was very young. Though she lived in an ungodly house, Daisy didn't forget her upbringing in the Lord's commands. While selling flowers on a street corner, her childlike rebuke brought General Forster to see the sin of taking God's name in vain, and he adopted the sweet child. Daisy goes on to teach young and old the downfalls of breaking the third commandment, while the Forsters search for the true parents of the apparent orphan.

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Triangle Press has undertaken the rewriting of classics into children's language and modern English. Each of these classics, which teach character, exalt Christ, and honor God's word in a refreshing manner not found in more modern books, will teach your child a distinct character building Godly principal.This "Character Building Series" emphasizes strong Christian principals without denominational beliefs. Triangle Press strives to offer the general public material which only reflects the Word of God, and therefore can be read by every Christian regardless of denominational preference.Gentle Daisy's parents were supposed dead from a disaster at sea while she was very young. Though she lived in an ungodly house, Daisy didn't forget her upbringing in the Lord's commands. While selling flowers on a street corner, her childlike rebuke brought General Forster to see the sin of taking God's name in vain, and he adopted the sweet child. Daisy goes on to teach young and old the downfalls of breaking the third commandment, while the Forsters search for the true parents of the apparent orphan.
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