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Published by Zondervan Publishing Company .

Written in English

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  • Christianity - Christian Life - General,
  • Religion - Christian Living

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FormatHardcover
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Open LibraryOL10359726M
ISBN 100310218705
ISBN 109780310218708

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Etiquette expert Myka Meier outlines the manners every kid needs to master. This Etiquette Book Sold Out in 24 Hours.“What Every Child Should Know about Prayer is a delightful book with warm and inviting illustrations, as well as helpful guidance on how to talk to God. Nancy Guthrie invites children to pray by teaching them truths about prayer, sharing stories of people who prayed, and .Handle a Book.

Not read it, but rather be able to locate the cover, hold it the right direction, turn the pages, and locate the text. The one and only way to teach this skill is to read to your child every single day. Have books in every room and in the car.

Make sure that your child sees you reading your own books, too. Read, read, read!

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