A Child's Book of Prayers

Paperback | August 3, 2010

byMichael HagueEditorMichael HagueIllustratorMichael Hague

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A Child's Book of Prayers is a perfect gift for any young child. Acclaimed artist Michael Hague has selected the most beloved and best-known prayers-from "The Lord's Prayer" to "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep"-and has illustrated them with joyful paintings full of love and spirit. This beautiful collection is sure to become a family treasure.

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A Child's Book of Prayers is a perfect gift for any young child. Acclaimed artist Michael Hague has selected the most beloved and best-known prayers-from "The Lord's Prayer" to "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep"-and has illustrated them with joyful paintings full of love and spirit. This beautiful collection is sure to become a family treasu...

Michael Hague has illustrated many best-selling books for children, including The Teddy Bears' Picnic, Mother Goose, and The Children's Book of Virtues. Mr. Hague lives with his wife, Kathleen, in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 9.99 × 8.02 × 0.12 inPublished:August 3, 2010Publisher:Square FishLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0312645767

ISBN - 13:9780312645762

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"[The] children and babies, realistically painted with clarity and elegance in both modern and old-fashioned settings, have a still, meditative quality appropriate to the subject matter. They are praying, thinking, dreaming, reading, contemplating nature--all activities with which children can identify." -School Library Journal