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TELLING GOD'S STORY, YEAR TWO
THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN: INSTRUCTOR TEXT AND TEACHING GUIDE
{TELLING GOD'S STORY}
PETER ENNS

OLIVE BRANCH BOOKS (APR 2012)
PAPERBACK, 130 pages, 239 x 163 mm.
Prod. # 9781933339504 (American edition)
Category: Religion

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Weekly religion lessons for second-graders, scripted for parents and teachers to make preparation and instruction straightforward and simple.

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