The Giant Book of Bedtime Stories: Classic Nursery Rhymes, Bible Stories, Fables, Proverbs, and Stories

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William Roetzheim
Level4Press Inc, Feb 15, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 777 pages
Color illustrations, 800 pages. Finally one book collects together all of those classic nursery rhymes, bible stories, fables, parables, and bedtime stories you remember from your childhood into one massive volume. Lavish full color illustrations throughout the book add to the reading enjoyment. A book that will be passed down for generations. New York Book Festival, Best Children's Book (finalist), Indie Excellence, Best Children's Book (finalist), USA Book News National Book Award, Best Children's Book (finalist).
 

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Contents

Nursery Rhymes
1
HUSHABYE
17
THE MIST
30
HOT BOILED BEANS
54
THE MAN IN THE MOON
67
Stories
215
Fables
384
THE LION AND THE BOAR
431
Bible Stories
579
The Story of the Ladder That Reached To Heaven
610
The Story of the Money in the Sacks
627
The Story of Gideon and His Three Hundred Soldiers
644
The Story of Ruth the Gleaner
664
The Story of Solomon and His Temple
681
The Story of Daniel in the Lions Den
694
The Story of the Child in the Temple
712

THE POMEGRANATE THE APPLETREE AND
444
THE GOAT AND THE VINE
455
THE EAGLE AND THE COCKS
468
THE TRAVELLERS AND THE PLANETREE
481
Some Selected Proverbs
564
Feeding the Multitudes
725
The Good Shepherd and the Good Samaritan
743
The Story of the Empty Tomb
757
The Apostle Paul
773
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About the author (2007)

William Roetzheim is the author of seventeen published books, over 100 articles, three columns, and fifteen spoken word audio CDs (Producer and Director). He is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America. His writing has won 8 gold medals and 21 honorable mentions in national and international competitions, including "Best Books" National Book Award; London Book Festival; IPPY Award; Indie Excellence Award; Benjamin Franklin Award; Foreword MagazineBook of the Year; New York Book; New England Book Festival; DIY Book Festival; and the Bill Fisher Award. His stageplay Frost has won a Seahorse award at the Moondance International Film Festival for Best Stageplay, and was a finalist for the Poetry Foundation's Pegasus Verse Drama award and the National Best Books award for Best Drama. His musical Eliot has won a Seahorse award at the Moondance International Film Festival for Best Musical Libretto and was a finalist for the National Best Books award for Best Drama.

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