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The Man Who Would Not Be Quiet

(3 customer reviews)

An engaging retelling of Blind Bartimaeus from Mark 10 v 46-52

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DESCRIPTION

Bartimaeus was sad.

He could not see. His eyes did not work.

But he could hear…

This engaging retelling of Blind Bartimaeus from Mark 10 v 46-52 teaches pre-school children that Jesus is God’s promised king.

PRODUCT DETAILS

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Contents

  1. Story: The Man Who Would Not Be Quiet
  2. Notes for Parentsd

Additional information

Weight0.057 kg
Dimensions16.51 × 14.99 × 0.51 cm
Age range

Book Author/s

Steph Williams

Format

ISBN

9781784983833

Language

Pages

24

Publisher

About the Author
Steph Williams

Steph Williams

Stephanie Williams is a writer and illustrator, as well as working as a graphic designer and artistic director for graphic design agency Tiger Finch Creatives, which she founded with her husband, Daniel. She lives with Daniel and their three extremely mischievous little boys in Reading, UK. She loves philosophy and apologetics, and enjoys putting the Bible into everyday language through stories, articles, or quirky animations for social media. She grew up in Asia and loves being part of international projects around the world through her graphic design work. In her spare time she enjoys helping out at school and assisting the boys with their weird and wonderful artistic creations.
Customer Reviews

3 reviews for The Man Who Would Not Be Quiet

  1. Nameirakpam Boboy Singh

  2. Lakhan Barman

    Excellent book.

  3. Sharon Sebastian

    Will be a gift to my neighbor kids.

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