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Baby explores the wonders of winter in this seasonal lift-the-flap board book from Karen Katz! "It's wintertime!""What will Baby see?""What's outside the window?""Look! Giant snowflakes!" Little ones will love lifting the flaps in this book to reveal a red sled, a giant snowplow, a cute furry groundhog, and everything else that Baby loves about winter! The sturdy format and easy-to-lift flaps are perfect for parents and children to share.""
With an open Bible and this book an individual (or group) will be able to know the truth surrounding the birth of Jesus. When traditional teachings of Christmas are shown not to be in God's word who will you believe? If one loves Christmas more than the truth it's like telling God to shut up. Because the truth has stopped being listened to. This book exposes the false teachings about Christmas. If you don't care what the Bible teaches, then this book is not for you. If on the other hand you have questions about the events that surround His birth then by all mean read and learn the truth. This book is for you. Know the time when Jesus was born. Learn that the true day of His birth was renamed. Why did the wise men need directions? Why did they never see a baby Jesus in a manger? And, King Herod knew the exact day Jesus was born. The truth has been hid and the ones doing it need to be exposed for what they are and that is "false teachers". After reading this book ask them why they don't teach the truth. It's always been there for anyone. We just choose to listen or tell God to "Shut Up".
Photographed in full color. Beautiful color photographs of babies and their world of toys and other familiar objects present a truly first ABC.
The daughter of an American serviceman and an Irish GI bride, Heather Marshall was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in 1952. Her mother had not wanted to stay in South Carolina with her husband and returned to Belfast pregnant with her daughter. So her daughter grew up not knowing her father through her youth and into her teens through the troubles the province later knew. Heather and her husband met in 1975 and married the next year. Their son was born in 1980. Their joy was sadly overshadowed a few days after he was born when Heather had a severe post-partum manic depressive episode, which resulted in the authorities taking their son into care. The following year was fraught with difficulties for the new parents. They were constantly trying to fight for the custody of their son. There were court appearances, constant monitoring by social workers, and after a year had passed, they were told that their son would remain in foster care until he was eighteen. Determined that this would not be the end, they devised a way that they would, after all, be a family, with God's help. Their answer would lie across the Atlantic, in South Carolina.
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