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By Pamela Broughton
In a single amazing day, Jesus played of his most renowned miracles: the feeding of 5 thousand with just a couple of fish and loaves of bread, and jogging at the water of Galilee in the course of a hurricane to arrive his nervous disciples. attractive art and easy textual content make this e-book a standout, and excellent for our 2- to 5-year-old audience.
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Like other noble savages, Avatea has a number of admirable qualities that link her to the civilized, Western world, even though she is clearly native and Other and not meant to be seen as an equal to Westerners. Savages and natives in general are appealing characters to children. Savages live outdoors rather than indoors; they don’t pay much attention to 8 Empire’s Children physical cleanliness; they wear few clothes or clothes that are more like costumes than like pinafores or trousers; they live closely with animals; they are crafty and have skills that allow them to win over competitors.
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