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Little Moments Book 3

By Jenny Meldrum

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The Little Moments collection brings stillness and calm into children's daily lives.

'Your peace is a gift that draws me into your arms of love'.

A Little Moment of Peace invites children to experience a short time of stillness and calm in everyday life. Amid the stressors of an ever-changing world, the need to find a moment of peace is valuable as it is necessary.

This collection of beautifully illustrated books brings peace to young children who need reassurance of God's love and comfort in their lives. Each illustration is placed alongside an inspirational Bible reference which allows room for reflection and encouragement for children.

Designed to enjoy through individual reading or with an older family member, this series allow parents and grandparents to read alongside their young ones to share in the experience of slowing-down and valuing the precious stillness of God's peace.

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  • ISBN: 9781473691728
  • Publication date: 04 Oct 2018
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  • Imprint: Hodder & Stoughton
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