He's Risen! He's Alive - Arch Books download epub
by Richard Heroldt,Joanne Bader
The illustration style isn't as realistic as some of the newer Arch books (this one was published in 2003) but all the pages had full color illustrations, they were just in a different style than other Arch books we own.
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He's Risen! He's Alive! (Arch Books). by. Joanne Bader, Richard Heroldt (Illustrator). This children's book clearly shows little ones what Jesus' death and resurrection mean for them today-their sins are forgiven! They get to be in heaven with Him! They can rejoice that Jesus is alive.
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Discover the story of Jesus' Resurrection with He's Risen He's Alive! Arch Book. The Arch Books series of more than 75 titles is conveniently divided into 10 sections that include related stories for an organized journey through the Bible. Filled with colorful illustrations and paired with a simple, rhyming text encourages children to learn more about Jesus' Resurrection and to rejoice in His sacrifice for us. Recommended for ages 5 to 9 years.
This book retells the story of Christs Resurrection (Matthew 27:32-28:10).
book by Joanne Bader. This book retells the story of Christs Resurrection (Matthew 27:32-28:10).
Joanne Bader; Richard Heroldt. He's Alive! : The Story of Christ's Resurrection Matthew 27:32-28:10 for Children. Joanne Bader; Unada G Gliewe. He's Risen! He's Alive! : The Story of Christ's Resurrection Matthew 27:32-28:10 for Children.
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About Hes Risen! Hes Alive - This book retells the story of Christ s Resurrection .
About Hes Risen! Hes Alive - This book retells the story of Christ s Resurrection (Matthew 27:32 151 28:10). Publisher: Concordia Publishing HouseAuth. Publisher: Concordia Publishing HouseAuthor: Joanne Bader Ages: 5-9 Format: 16 pages, paperback ISBN: 0570075831. more View Richard Heroldt's profile.
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