Joseph - The Boy who Learned to Handle His Dream by Ben Alex / Urdu Language Children's Illustrated Bible Story Book
Joseph - The Boy who Learned to Handle His Dream by Ben Alex / Urdu edition / Illustrated by Philippe Pauzin / Pakistan Bible Society 2007 / Urdu text translated by Mr. Jacob Samuel
ISBN: 9789692507684 / 978-9692507684
PUBLISHER: Pakistan Bible Society
32 FULL COLOR PAGES
Joseph: The Boy who Learned to Handle His Dreams and rose From Slave to Prime Minister as well as the entire Men and Women in the Bible Series are well written in a way that follows the scriptures and at the same time make it easy for young readers to understand and remember. The graphics bring the stories alive and communicate to kids who are used to the visual being combined with a story. Two year olds love the graphics while you read the stories to them. I start my students as early as 3 years reading these books. I use the entire Men and Women in the Bible Series, Moses, Joseph, King David, Elijah, Samuel, Daniel, St.Paul, Ester, Ruth, Mary Magdalene, Mary, Hannah, Miriam. I believe you will want them all as well. --Jan Greve Pastor's Wife and Retired Christian Education Director, Bible Fellowship Leader, Stephen Ministry Leader
About the Author
Ben Alex, is award winning and bestselling author of over forty books, ranging from Christian children s books to biographies, inspirational, and adult spirituality books. He has received the C.S. Lewis Gold Medal for best Christian children s book in the U.S. He is also the art director and designer of many of Scandinavia Publishing House s illustrated books. Ben grew up in Copenhagen, Denmark, in the 50 s and 60 s with a solid background in the Evangelical Lutheran Church. He has also been involved in the charismatic and ecumenical movements. For many years he lived in California and Oregon and resides now in Denmark with his wife. He has six children. Illustrator: Philippe Pauzin, award winning artist, animator, and illustrator, was born in 1954 in Saint-dove, France. He studied at the School of Fine arts in Lyons. Philippe teaches at the Emile Cohl School of Illustration and Animation, Philippe also works for the youth press.
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