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World’s greatest collection of fun Bible trivia

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J220 WOR

Title:              The world’s greatest collection of fun Bible trivia.
Pub Info:      Uhrichsville, Ohio : Barbour Pub., c2008.
Description:    96 p. ; 18 cm.
“Text is taken from Fun facts about the Bible you never knew by Robyn Martins”–T.p. verso.
ISBN:           9781602600201 (pbk.)

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Gerelds – Magnify: Old Testament stories for kids

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J221.95 G

Author:   Gerelds, Jennifer Morgan.
Title:    Magnify : Old Testament stories / [writter, Jennifer Morgan Gerelds, with special thanks to Lisa K. Woodruff, Beverly Riggs, and Tricia Pulley].
Variant Titles:   Old Testament stories
Old Testament stories for kids
Publisher;        Nashville, TN : Tommy Nelson., c2005.
Phys. Description:vii, 384 p :  col. ill., maps ;  28 cm.
Subject:         Bible stories, English — O.T.
Added AuthorS:    Woodruff, Lisa K.
Riggs, Beverly.
Pulley, Tricia.
Other Title:         International Children’s Bible. Old Testament.
ISBN:           1400306418
9781400306411

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Young Mouse and Elephant

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J398.2 Y

Personal Author:

Farris, Pamela J.

Title:

Young Mouse and Elephant : an East African folktale / adapted by Pamela J. Farris ; illustrated by Valeri Gorbachev.

Publication info:

New York: North-South Books, c1996.

Physical description:

Unpaged : col. ill.

Summary:

Young Mouse, sure he is the strongest animal on the African savannah, goes in search of the elephant, to “break it apart and stomp it to bits.”

Subject term:

Folklore–Africa–Juvenile literature.

Subject term:

Mice—Juvenile literature.

Subject term:

Elephants—Juvenile literature.

ISBN:

0395739772

Tags:

Africa, bragging, children, elephants, folk, folklore, folktale, fool, giraffes, lizards, mice, Sudan, vanity, zebras

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Young Moses

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J222.11

Title:

The Young Moses / adapted by Diana Craig.  Illustrations by Leon Baxter.

Publication info:

Morristown NJ:  Silver Burdett , c1984

Physical description:

22p.: col. ill.

Summary:

Retelling of the story of Moses as a baby in a basket, found by the Pharaoh’s daughter.

Subject term:

Moses—O.T.—Juvenile literature.

ISBN:

0382169463

Tags:

Bible, Bible stories, children, Moses, Old Testament

 

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Why is Mommy’s tummy so big?

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J612.6 W

Title:

Why is mommy’s tummy so big? : questions children ask about growing up.

Publication info:

New York : Dorling Kindersley Pub., c1997.

Physical description:

Unpaged : col. ill.

Series Statement:

(Why books)

Summary:

Explores the subject of human development and sexuality through simple questions and answers, such as “Why don’t daddies have babies,” “Why do babies sleep alot,” and “Why does my big sister have spots on her face?”

Subject term:

Sex instruction for children—Juvenile literature.

Subject term:

Reproduction—Juvenile literature.

Subject term:

Family life—Juvenile literature.

ISBN:

0789420562

Tags:

Babies, children, facts of life, family life, information book, new baby

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Why do some people use wheelchairs?

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J305.0 W

Title:

Why do some people use wheelchairs? : questions children ask about disabled people.

Edition:

1st American ed.

Publication info:

New York : DK Pub., 1997.

Physical description:

unpaged : col. illus.

Series Statement:

(Why books)

Summary:

Explores the subject of disabilities through questions and answers, such as “Why does my friend wear a hearing aid,” “Why do some people read with their fingers,” and “Why do some buildings have ramps as well as stairs?”

Subject term:

People with disabilities–Juvenile literature.

Subject term:

People with disabilities–Miscellanea–Juvenile literature.

ISBN:

0789420570

Tags:

children, diversity, physical disabilities, wheelchairs

 

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Why can’t I be happy all the time?

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J155.4 W

Title:

Why can’t I be happy all the time : questions children ask about feelings.

Edition:

1st American ed.

Publication info:

New York : DK Pub., 1997.

Physical description:

Unpaged : col. ill.

Series Statement:

(Why books)

Summary:

Explores the subject of emotions by answering such questions as “Why are silly games so much fun,” “Why do I cry when I’m feeling sad,” and “Why are some people scared of mice or insects?”

Subject term:

Emotions in children–Juvenile literature.

Subject term:

Expression in children–Juvenile literature.

Subject term:

Emotions–Miscellanea–Juvenile literature.

ISBN:

0789420589

Tags:

children, emotions, feelings, human body, mood, sad, science, self concept, self-awareness

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