The Lion Storyteller Book of Parables

£6.99

ISBN: 9780745979397 Categories: ,

ISBN: 9780745979397

Publication date: February 19, 2021

Format: Paperback

Extent: 64 pages

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

Series: Lion Storyteller

Imprint: Lion Children's Books

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A wonderful addition to the Storyteller range, told by the expert storyteller, Bob Hartman. 

Twenty-seven of Jesus’ parables are given a fresh twist in his lively and dynamic style, managing to effortlessly engage young readers and make clear the depths of meaning within the story. Illustrations by Krista Kallai Nagy add to the warm-hearted appeal of the parables. 

This book is suitable for teachers seeking material to read out loud in class and assemblies, and for parents wanting stories children can enjoy having read to them, or for those who are starting to read by themselves.

Meet the author: Bob Hartman

Bob Hartman

Bob Hartman is a performance storyteller par excellence. He has been entertaining audiences on both sides of the Atlantic for over 25 years with his books and performances, which bring together retellings of Bible stories and traditional tales from around the world with his own imaginative stories. His books are full of humour and insight, whilst his storytelling sessions are exciting, engaging, dynamic – and above all, interactive! He is well known for his hugely popular The Lion Storyteller collection, the Telling the Bible series, and the highly acclaimed picture books: The Wolf Who Cried BoyDinner in the Lions’ Den and The Three Billy Goats’ Stuff.


Meet the author: Krisztina Kallai Nagy

Krisztina Kallai Nagy graduated from the Hungarian College for Applied Arts in Budapest. She is a talented Hungarian artist who has illustrated many children’s book in her home country and for publishers in the USand UK. She is a member of the Hungarian Illustrator’s Society and haswon the beautiful children book award in Hungary three times. Her illustrations are meant to reflect humor, kindliness, and playfulness.


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