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The Story of the Cross

Mary JoslinGail Newey (Illus)

The Story of the Cross

Mary JoslinGail Newey (Illus)

$17.99

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The Easter story retold through the traditional stations of the cross The stations of the cross is a traditional way of exploring the Easter story, telling of the last walk Jesus took to the cross and the people he encountered on the way. The walk is reenacted each Friday in Jerusalem, and in churches worldwide on Good Friday In this book, the story is retold for children, along with simple prayers of response making it an ideal resource for those who walk the stations of the cross with children, as well as those who need a book-based alternative.

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About "The Story of the Cross"

The Easter story retold through the traditional stations of the cross The stations of the cross is a traditional way of exploring the Easter story, telling of the last walk Jesus took to the cross and the people he encountered on the way. The walk is reenacted each Friday in Jerusalem, and in churches worldwide on Good Friday In this book, the story is retold for children, along with simple prayers of response making it an ideal resource for those who walk the stations of the cross with children, as well as those who need a book-based alternative.
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Meet the Authors

Mary Joslin

Mary Joslin, published exclusively by Lion, is known for her children's books on belief and spirituality. Her books, which include The Story of the Cross and On That Christmas Night, have sold more than 200,000 copies.

Gail Newey (Illus)

Lois Rock has established an international reputation as a children's writer specializing in Bible stories and prayer books, which include "My Very First Bible "and "My Very First Prayers," Gail Newey is the illustrator of "Best-Loved Parables" and "Our Father,"

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