The traditions and customs of Easter--rabbits, eggs, flowery hats, and ham--and the religious significance drawn from Hebrew history and the Resurrection are revealed in a story which shows a young girl how joy and suffering are a part of every life
|Statement||Illustrated by Nora S. Unwin.|
|Contributions||Unwin, Nora S. 1907-1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||67010260|
There is an Easter Egg Hunt and the rabbit can’t find any eggs, he finally finds a special egg but he steps on it and breaks it, he’s sad, his mom comforts him by telling him the egg is like the tomb from which Jesus rose and that he did a good thing by reminding everyone about Jesus. Was excited about this book because of the great reviews/5(91). out of 5 stars Great Christian book for the Easter story. Reviewed in the United States on Ma Verified Purchase. We ordered this to help tell our 4 yr old and almost 2 yr old the story of Easter. We wanted something that focused on the Christian reason for Easter since so much of what they are exposed to focuses on the Easter /5(51). The simple yet elegant illustrations of Petook, a busy, nosy yet wise old rooster enhance the story. The afterword by the illustrator Tomie DePaola really captures the essence of Petook: An Easter Story: "Petook's joy at the emergence of new life from the egg certainly echoes /5(11). The Easter Story Printable Book can be used to help children remember the events of Easter using the main symbols of the Story. Older kids can read the scriptures and match to the symbols. I had to start schooling at home and had no idea how until I got the Masterplan Curriculum.
This is the Christian story of Easter as told through the eyes of the donkey that carried Jesus into Jerusalem and watched the events of the Easter story unfold. The text is accompanied by beautiful illustrations and would be suitable to use with the whole primary age range as they explore the meaning behind the Christian festival. In this four-week reading plan, we will read the story of our great need, our great Savior, and the great hope we have in Him. Join us this Easter season as we remember the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus and celebrate how those events continue to shape our lives today. Product details and included features: 8x10, perfect-bound, pages. Best Sellers in Children's Easter Books #1. Little Blue Truck's Springtime Alice Schertle. out of 5 stars 1, Board book. The Berenstain Bears and the Easter Story: Stickers Included! (Berenstain Bears/Living Lights) Mike Berenstain. out of 5 stars Paperback. $ # The Easter story is a well-known Bible story which tells of Jesus being put to death and rising again three days later. When Jesus of Nazareth rode into Jerusalem on a humble donkey, questions and suspicions surrounded him. A week later, rumours were flying around the city that the Son of God had risen from the dead.
The traditions and customs of Easter--rabbits, eggs, flowery hats, and ham--and the religious significance drawn from Hebrew history and the Resurrection are revealed in a story which shows a young girl how joy and suffering are a part of every life. Hardcover, Third Printing, pages/5. Listen to An Easter Promise: A Springtime Love Story Audiobook by AE Ryecart, narrated by Dan Calley. Matthew has read this book to children’s groups in Sunday school and at the CMT, as well as with his own children. The book tells the entire story of Jesus’ ministry, arrest, death, and resurrection – all in about words! The text also explains what Easter means for us today. The lovely color illustrations are accessible but not babyish. The Story of the Easter Bunny by Katherine Tegen, illustrated by Sally Anne Lambert Here’s the origin story you never knew about the Easter Bunny. He helps out an older couple who make chocolate and paint Easter eggs for the children; each year helping more and more. The Night Before Easter .