Benjamin's Box: The Story of the Resurrection Eggs

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Zondervan, Jan 24, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 37 pages
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What are the treasures in Benjamin's Box? Come along with Benjamin and see. Like all boys and girls, Benjamin is very, very curious. When Jesus comes to Jerusalem, Benjamin decides to follow him and find out who he really is. At first, Benjamin thinks Jesus is a teacher, then a king. At last, he learns the good news--news that every child (and grown-up!) will want to share. Can be used in conjunction with Resurrection Eggs® from Family Life!

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This book was wonderful & I will use it every year! Read full review

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My kids loved these as much as us! We loved the booklet that came with it filled with the story and scripture. A great tool to use Easter not only for the kids but the adults in attendance. These will definitely be a yearly tradition. Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Melody Carlson was born in San Francisco, California on March 2, 1956. She graduated from Lane Community College. Before becoming a Christian author, she volunteered in teen ministry, taught preschool, and worked briefly in interior design and in international adoption. She has written over 200 books for children, pre-teens, young adults, and adults including Revell, Finding Alice, The Christmas Bus, the Diary of a Teenage Girl series, and the Carter House Girls series.

Jack Stockman designs paper airplanes and snowmen. He has a whole collection of tin toys, yo-yos, and kites, but only one wife, one daughter, one son, and one daughter-in-law. He loves them all.

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