All Things Bright and Beautiful

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Morehouse Pub., 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Few hymns portray the joyfulness of creation as beautifully as the classic hymn, "All Things Bright and Beautiful". It's lively tune and colorful images have made it a favorite for many generations. Now Preston McDaniels brings it to life with his energetic and humorous illustrations of all the wonderful things God made.

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User Review  - Lindz2012 - LibraryThing

All Things Bright and Beautiful The illustrations are bright and colorful. The pictures represent the words in the book. The author did a really good job with it. It is good for young readers.   Young ... Read full review

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User Review  - alyson - LibraryThing

Very colorful collages illustrate the hymn by Cecil Alexander. As a nonchurch-goer, I would usually shy away from a hymn based book, but this is really a beautiful celebration of earth as well as a hymn. Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Cecil Frances Alexander was born in Ireland. She began writing poetry as a child and wrote nearly 400 hymns. She wrote ""All things Bright and Beautiful, "" one of her most popular, to help explain to children the opening words of the Apostles' Creed, a Christian statement of belief. The wife of an archbishop, she was known to be a generous woman who cared for the poor and opened a school for the deaf with her sister.

Preston McDaniels is the illustrator of "Phineas L. MacGuire...
Erupts!" and Cynthia Rylant's Lighthouse Family series. He lives in
Aurora, Nebraska.

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