A Child's Book of Prayers by Juli Kangas

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From the fi rst good morning to the last good-night kiss, this cozy book contains prayers for every aspect of a young child?s daily life. Familiar offerings such as ?Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep? and ?Thank You for the World So Sweet? are paired with lesser known verses by Victor Hugo, Johnny Appleseed, and others, and all are brightened by Juli Kangas?s irresistible images. Plumb full of families enjoying together time, kids at rest and play, and nature?s loveliness, this is a book to use daily and to treasure.


About Juli Kangas

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Juli Kangas lives in Kingwood, Texas.
Published January 24, 2008 by Dial. 32 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Most of the selections are short prayers, many of them familiar graces or bedtime prayers such as “I See the Moon” and “Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep.” Most of the prayers are just four lines long, making this collection quite accessible to preschoolers.

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