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I Love God's Creatures - cover

I Love God's Creatures

Rebecca J. Vickery

Publisher: John R. Vickery

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Summary

~ Child's Poetry Picture Book ~ 
A preschool/kindergarten picture book including a poem focusing on loving all of God's creatures. Best when shared with children and grandchildren for eliciting discussion of kindness and love of animals plus accepting differences and varied cultures. 
 
Some are big, some are small. 
Many are short, many are tall. 
I love them because God made them all.

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