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Karen Children's Bible Stories from the Old and New Testament / S'gaw Karen language of Myanmar and Thailand / စှီၤ/ကညီကျိာ် / Author: Pat Alexander / Illustrator: Carolyn Cox / Thailand / Burma

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Karen Children's Bible Stories from the Old and New Testament 

S'gaw Karen language of Myanmar and Thailand / စှီၤ/ကညီကျိာ် 

Author: Pat Alexander 

Illustrator: Carolyn Cox 

 

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The Lion Children's Bible in Karen Language comes with CD

 

THIS BOOK IS A Worldwide bestseller for 30 years with more than 4 million copies in print—a comprehensive retelling of the Biblical narrative for young readers!

All the significant stories of the Old and New Testaments from Genesis to the book of Acts are retold in clear, simple language which children understand. The stories may be read on their own, yet they form a continuous narrative which closely follows the "one story" of God and His people contained in the whole Bible.

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The World’s Greatest Story Retold to Every Child

This Bible is recommended for Children age ranging form 7-15! This Bible is beautifully illustrated with pictures. The stories are short and give just the right amount of info for the kids.

Hardcover

ISBN 9786169102816

 

  • ISBN-10: 6169102810
  • ISBN-13: 978-6169102816

 

Size: 14,5 X 21cm

Printed in 2012 in Singapore

258 Pages

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About the Author

Pat Alexander is the former editorial director of Lion Publishing. She is also the compiler and author of many books ranging from the best selling Lion Handbook to the Bible to The Lion First Bible. Carolyn Cox is the illustrator of My Own Book of Bible Stories.

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S'gaw (စှီၤ/ကညီကျိာ်), Sgaw Karen or Sgaw Kayin, is a language spoken chiefly by the Sgaw Karen people in Myanmar and Thailand. A Karenic branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family, Sgaw Karen is spoken by over four million people in Tanintharyi Region, Ayeyarwady Region, Yangon Region, and Bago Region in Myanmar, and about 200,000 in northern and western Thailand along the border near Kayin State. It is written using the S'gaw Karen alphabet, derived from the Burmese script although a Latin-based script is also in use among the Sgaw Karen in northwestern Thailand.

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Karen
K’nyaw
စှီၤ/ကညီကျိာ်
Pronunciation [sɣɔʔ]
Native to Myanmar, Thailand
Region Kayin State, Eastern Myanmar, Western Thailand
Ethnicity Karen people
Native speakers
(4 million cited 1983–2011)[1]
Sino-Tibetan
Myanmar script
S'gaw Karen Script
(Karen alphabet)
Latin script
Karen Braille
Official status
Official language in
Kayin State
Recognised minority
language in
Language codes
ISO 639-2 kar
ISO 639-3 kswinclusive code
Individual codes:
ksw – S'gaw
jkp – Paku
jkm – Mopwa
wea – Wewaw
Glottolog sout1554[2]
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