About The Book
John 20 for children. Starts with Mary coming to the empty tomb, Peter and John looking for themselves, and leaving Mary at the tomb while they went home to tell the others. The encounter Mary has with the angels, then with our Lord (this illustration on front cover). With Jesus appearing in the locked room with the disciples, showing them His hands and side — and his directive to them to receive His Spirit, and to go out into the world to spread the good news. There is also the story of “Doubting Thomas”, and how he came to belief, too. The last page is a letter to parents with an activity you can do with your children, acting out the sadness of Christ’s death, and the joy of his resurrection.
The Story of the Empty Tomb written by Bryan Davis and illustrated by Len Ebert. From Arch Books with 1998 copyright by Concordia Publishing. The ISBN is 0-570-07544-0. This book is for children ages 5-9. The paperback measures about 8″ x 6-1/4″ and has 16 internal pages.
Enlarge scan for better view. In good condition with lighter handling/storage and some creases on the cover. The pages are in very good condition with storage on the corner tips. Inscription on the title page but no other markings. Stored in and shipped from clean, smoke-free Christian home.
Generally sent the same day payment arrives. Unless you request otherwise, I will wrap this in plastic wrap to help protect it from the elements, tightly sandwich it between pieces of cardboard, then wrap in brown paper to send via Media Mail with Delivery Confirmation tracking. See the shipping page for the cost to send a one-pound Media Mail package. Insurance is an additional cost as described. I am delighted to combine postage and insurance costs if you purchase more than one item. The second item may travel for free or just a few cents more — so it’s worth taking a look at my other items before you complete your order.
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