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Number of Pages: 128
Publication Date: 2010
|Dimensions: 9.75 X 8.50 (inches)|
Desmond Tutu retells more than fifty of his most beloved Bible stories, artfully highlighting Gods desire for all people to love one another and to find peace and forgiveness in their hearts.
Many of the finest artists from around the worldsuch as Jago, E.B. Lewis, Javaka Steptoe, and Xiao Xinhave been selected to illustrate the stories, portraying the stories with the style and richness of their own culture. Creating the first truly global Bible for children, their stunning full color illustrations allow readers to experience the Bible stories as if they were therewith Adam and Eve in the garden, with Noah on the ark, with Abraham in the desert, and with Jesus on the mountaintop.
Every story shows how God works through history and ends with a short prayer, which personalizes the message for each readers own life. Archbishop Tutus wisdom, compassion, and sense of humor shine throughout as he reminds us that, "We are all Gods children."
Author, civil rights activist, and APARTHEID opponent Archbishop Desmond Tutu was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984 for his lifelong struggle to bring equality, justice, and peace to his native country of South Africa. As Desmond Tutu quotes: "In the spirit of celebrating children all over the world, each illustrator in this book has been invited to draw on their own unique and rich cultural heritage in their portrayal of these Biblical stories. Their art is truly a marvelous reflection of how we are all made in God's image."
Archbishop Desmond Tutu was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984 for his lifelong struggle to bring equality, justice, and peace to his native country of South Africa. He is the author of numerous books including the Children of God Storybook Bible, Gods Dream, and Desmond and the Very Mean Word. From 2007 to 2013, Tutu was the founding Chair of theElders, a group of global leaders who are working topromote the shared interests of humanity. In 2013he received the Templeton Prize for advancing spiritualprogress in the world. He lives in South Africa withhis wife, Leah. They have four children and sevengrandchildren.