This Is What I Pray Today by Phyllis Tickle
Divine Hours Prayers For Children: Divine Hours Prayers for Children

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Celebratory and comforting, simple and sweet, here is an illustrated book of prayer that serves as a kind of breviary for children. With three original, psalm-based prayers for each day of the week, children have a new prayer each morning, rest time, and bedtime. This is a book of days that will appeal to children of the many faiths that incorporate fixed-hour prayer, such as Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.

With broad, gentle language and soft, soothing art, This Is What I Pray Today is a beautifully packaged volume that includes a ribbon bookmark and offers even the youngest children prayers for Sunday, Monday, and every day of the week.


About Phyllis Tickle

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Phyllis Tickle is the founding editor of the Religion Department of Publishers Weekly, the international journal of the book industry, and is frequently quoted in print sources like USA Today, the Christian Science Monitor, the New York Times as well as in electronic media like PBS, NPR, the Hallmark Channel, and numerous blogs and web sites. Tickle is an authority on religion in America and a much sought after lecturer.
Published January 1, 1960 by Dutton Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Children's Books, Education & Reference, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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An introductory poem explains that the prayers are to be read in the morning, at rest time and at bedtime, although many of the prayers are more general in subject and suitable for any time of day.

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