The Other Wise Man

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Ideals Publications, Sep 1, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
2 Reviews
For ages 4 to 8 years. Henry Van Dyke wrote "The Other Wise Man" in 1896, and since that time, this enduring classic has woven its mystical appeal for countless children and adults. Here Pamela Kennedy retells the story for the young reader, making it easy to understand, while retaining the magic of Van Dyke's words. Robert Barrett's rich oil paintings create a tapestry of colour that adds to the mystery of the ancient world.

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User Review  - Jennifer - Christianbook.com

We used this book for a homeschool book club with the older children reading Van Dyke's version. Great illustrations and great lessons that tie in scripturally. The parents enjoyed the lessons as well, if not MORE. Read full review

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User Review  - Michelle Rex - Christianbook.com

I like to have as many books as possible dealing with the real meaning of Christmas.I should have had this when my children(10 & 9) were younger. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Van Dyke was born ni Germantown, Pennsylvania. He served as a pastor of twenty years, became a professor of English Literature and was appointed United States minister to the Netherlands.

Kennedy writes books for all ages of children. When not at the computer, Pam teaches part-time at a high school for girls and speaks at Christian retreats and conferences.

In addition to being an accomplished painter, muralist, and In addition to being an accomplished painter, muralist, and illustrator, Robert Barrett is also a professor in the Deparillustrator, Robert Barrett is also a professor in the Department of Visual Arts at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utment of Visual Arts at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. tah.

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