Albert and the Flour Sack

A Story about Elijah's Visit

£9.99

ISBN: 9780745977966 Categories: ,

ISBN: 9780745977966

Publication date: June 19, 2020

Format: Hardback

Extent: 32 pages

Dimensions: 260mm(length) 215mm(width)

Series: Albert's Bible Stories

Imprint: Lion Children's Books

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A warm-hearted Old Testament Bible story about Joe, who will never forget the day that Elijah came to visit. The cupboards were empty and his mother only had a last bit of flour and a few drops of oil. Sharing their last loaves with Elijah was to change their lives.

Meet the author: Richard Littledale

Richard Littledale is a Baptist minister, author and broadcaster. He con tributes frequently to Daily Service and Sunday worship on BBC Radio 4,and is a regular contributor on his regional BBC Station, BBC Berkshire. He loves to write for both adults and children, and believes in the power of story.


Meet the author: Heather Heyworth

Heather Heyworth graduated from Goldsmiths University, London with a diploma in art and design. Since leaving college she has worked professionally as a designer and illustrator specialising in greeting cards, giftwrap, magazines, licensed characters and plush toys. In the last 10 years, she has returned to her first love, children’s books using a combination of conventional hand drawing and digital artwork. In her spare time she enjoys interior design, reading and walking in the fabulous Suffolk countryside where she lives.


Reviews for Albert and the Flour Sack

“Albert the mouse is a master storyteller, bringing Bible stories to life in new and captivating ways. The writing is exquisite, the pictures divine, and you’ll fall in love with all his little friends.”

Anna Cookson, author and BBC radio presenter

“Beautifully written retellings of favourite family Bible stories, perfect for snuggling up for a story time with loved ones.”

Gemma Hunt, children’s TV presenter & Alpha Film Series host, www.gemmahunt.com

“Richard writes with quiet charm.”

Emily Jeffery, radio presenter and podcaster

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