The Greatest Shepherd of All: A Really Woolly Christmas Story

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TommyNelson, Aug 15, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 44 pages
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When angels announce the birth of the Great Shepherd, the woolly sheep decide they want to see Him for themselves. As they follow the shepherds trail, they are faced with scary obstacles and detours. But in spite of their fear and troubles, deep in their heart they know what they have to do. Join Faith, Hope and Joy on their exciting journey to meet the Great Shepherd and spread the best news they have ever heard!

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Beautiful story!

User Review  - littlessteacher - Christianbook.com

I purchased copies of this book for my Sunday School class. I loved the story and the pictures, but the print was quite small. I would, however, buy this book again for young children! Read full review

Very long

User Review  - Biss - Christianbook.com

This book is very long and there are more words than pictures. For the age that kids are when you are reading them board books, it may not quite fit. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
ii
Section 2
16
Section 3
20
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About the author (2006)

Holley Gerth is an awardwinning writer for DaySpring with over ten years of experience in the publishing industry. She is the author of several devotionals, articles, journals and childrens books and speaks at writers conferences each year. Holley also brings a counseling perspective to her work. She is receiving a masters degree and serves as a counseling intern for the womens ministry at a church of over 10,000 members. Holley is passionate about bringing hope to the hearts of women and continues to find creative new ways to do so. You can find out more about her on the Web through Heart to Heart with Holley (holley.dayspring.com)

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