Prayers for Wild Animals

Their habitats and the environment

£7.99

ISBN: 9780745979373 Categories: ,

ISBN: 9780745979373

Publication date: February 18, 2022

Format: Hardback

Extent: 64 pages

Dimensions: 170mm(length) 138mm(width)

Imprint: Lion Children's Books

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A prayer book full of blessings for children to read and say to celebrate the lives of wild animals and God’s love for them.

Endearing illustrations bring life to a selection of heart-warming prayers that express the joy children find in animals, as well as their hopes and dreams for all the animals of the world. From butterflies to bears, Africa to Australia and forests to oceans, the collection includes prayers for the conservation of the animals’ habitats and the care and protection for the environment. Charming illustrations from Tina Macnaughton make this an extra-appealing book of prayers.

Meet the author: Deborah Lock

Deborah Lock has been writing and editing children’s non-fiction, fiction and educational titles for more than 20 years. She is dedicated to developing products that engage and inspire children, instil a love of reading and lifelong learning, and share the Christian faith. She is a licensed lay minister at her local parish church, leading worship and actively involved with children and youth work, and enjoys singing, drama and dance (which comes in very useful when co-ordinating the children-led Nativity service each year).


Meet the author: Ms Tina Macnaughton

Tina Macnaughton is a bestselling and award-winning illustrator. She has illustrated over 50 books and her books have been published in 41 countries. Born in Edinburgh, she grew up in the south of England where she now currently lives with her husband and daughter. Her illustration training began as a girl when she drew every night in bed on a little chalk board until everything was covered in blue, pink or yellow much to the frustration of her mother.


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