The Greatest Gift by Susan Summers

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A thought-provoking re-telling of the tale by Victorian writer Henry Van Dyke. Artaban, the fourth wise man, stops to help a dying man and is too late to give his present to the King of Kings at his birth in Bethlehem. So begins a long journey amongst the poor, the sick and the hungry, bringing comfort to those in need. But will he find what he is looking for?
 

About Susan Summers

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Morris has illustrated many children's books.
 
Published October 1, 2011 by Barefoot Books. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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This lyrically told story of an unknown Wise Man with a different sort of gift is based on Henry Van Dyke's Victorian-era tale, "The Story of the Other Wise Man."

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Summers retells the story from Victorian writer Henry Van Dyke, based on the legend of a fourth wise man who doesn’t make it to Bethlehem on time. The Zoroastrian mage Artaban is delayed on his way to

Sep 23 2011 | Read Full Review of The Greatest Gift

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Summers retells the story from Victorian writer Henry Van Dyke, based on the legend of a fourth wise man who doesn’t make it to Bethlehem on time. The Zoroastrian mage Artaban is delayed on his way to

Sep 26 2011 | Read Full Review of The Greatest Gift

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