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Bible Stories

Kim Mitzo Thompson

Publisher: Twin Sisters® Digital Media

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Summary

See the enthusiasm your child will have while reading about the Lord with this inspirational and beautifully illustrated book! This book will encourage your child to learn about lessons of faith in the Old and New Testaments.
Available since: 06/28/2011.

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