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Titles By Mary Berendes
When a servant who is shown leniency in paying off a debt does not show as much kindness when the tables are turned, readers learn of God's unyielding forgiveness.
The Boy Who Cried Wolf (Aesop's Fables) Jan 1, 2014
A bored shepherd entertains himself by falsely telling townspeople a wolf is stealing his sheep. When a wolf really does appear, the twice-tricked townspeople are convinced the shepherd is lying, and no one comes to his aid.
The Sower and the Seeds (The Parables) Mar 24, 2013
A sower's seeds land on three different types of soil, yielding growth only in the fertile earth. This simple Bible story compares our relationships with God to the life of a plant. This full-color illustrated children's book is geared toward children between Kindergarten and 3rd grade, with a reading level of 2nd grade.
The Prodigal Son (The Parables) Mar 25, 2013
This Bible story of forgiveness and family tells of a son who squanders his inheritance, only to be welcomed back and forgiven by his father. This full-color illustrated children's book is geared toward children between Kindergarten and 3rd grade, with a reading level of 2nd grade.
The Maid and the Milk Pail (Aesop's Fables) Jan 1, 2014
Carrying her pail of milk upon her head, a milkmaid daydreams of what she will purchase once she sells the milk at market. But the milk is spilt before the maid can sell it, and thus readers learn the phrase 'don't count your chickens before they're hatched.'
Simple text and illustrations teach readers common words for feelings and emotions in both English and Spanish.
Simple text and illustrations teach readers common action words in both English and Spanish.
The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing (Aesop's Fables) Jan 1, 2014
A hungry wolf disguises himself as a sheep in order to steal and eat other members of the flock. He soon becomes the largest and fattest 'sheep,' which the shepherd then catches and cooks for his own dinner.
Simple text and illustrations teach readers common animal words in both English and Spanish.