My First Pictures of Easter

Publisher: Ignatius Press

The moving events of Holy Week and Easter are tenderly told and illustrated for toddlers by the best-selling children's author Maite Roche. Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday are introduced with one large picture and simple text. On the opposing page are smaller pictures with key terms. With this book, even very young children will quickly learn the story of the death and resurrection of Jesus.

About Maite Roche

For more than twenty years, Maïte Roche has written and illustrated numerous spiritual and religious books for children. Her works are extremely popular in her native France, where she is considered an expert at introducing the Catholic faith to the very young.

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Hardcover 9781586176532 1586176536 2012-02-01 14 0.00 x 0.00 x 0.00 in $6.99

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