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Adventures of Young Krishna

Adventures of Young Krishna


The Blue God of India


By Dalal-Clayton, Diksha



A collection of traditional stories from Ancient India, full of magic and miracles, monsters and wise men. Vividly told, these tales illustrate the eternal battle between good and evil, and capture the charm of this lively young god. Illustrated by Marilyn Heeger.
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(ISBN: 9780718828394)
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Living Through Dying

Living Through Dying


The Spiritual Experience of Saint Paul


By Dales, Douglas



This beautifully written book examines the autobiographical passages in St Paul's letters, and shows how the roots of Paul's theology lie in his own experience of entering into the dying and rising of Christ.
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(ISBN: 9780718828981)
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New Empire of Malplaquet, The

The New Empire of Malplaquet


By Dalton, Andrew



The concluding part of the enchanting Malplaquet trilogy. The dangers facing Jamie's Lilliputian friends seem overwhelming, and their secrets are finally revealed in a surprising and uplifting ending. Illustrated by Jonny Boatfield.

Series: Malplaquet Trilogy
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(ISBN: 9780718830960)
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Temples of Malplaquet, The

The Temples of Malplaquet


By Dalton, Andrew



A charming and imaginative fantasy in which thirteen-year-old Jamie finds himself responsible for protecting a hidden world of 'little people' concealed in enchanted temples deep in the English countryside. Illustrated by Jonny Boatfield.

Series: Malplaquet Trilogy
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(ISBN: 9780718830465)
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Millionaire Cat, The

The Millionaire Cat


By Dalton, Pamela



Hennessy the cat is a financial wizard, but his success in multiplying his millions brings about his kidnap and abandonment. His adventures along the way are told with style and pace in this appealing fantasy novel. Illustrated by Marilyn Heeger.
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(ISBN: 9780718828530)
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Divine Drama, The

The Divine Drama


The Old Testament as Literature


By Dancy, John



This masterly work aims to restore the literature of the Bible to a general readership, combining insightful commentary with extracts from the Old Testament chosen for their artistic and dramatic interest.
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(ISBN: 9780718829872)
21.75
Rethinking Hell

Rethinking Hell


Readings in Evangelical Conditionalism


By Date, Christopher M., Stump, Gregory G. and Anderson, Joshua W. (editors)



A collection of evangelical writings that seek to challenge the traditionalist doctrine of hell, supporting instead the increasingly influential conditionalist view that the unsaved will face not eternal torment but annihilation.
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(ISBN: 9780718893705)
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Horseman of the King

Horseman of the King


The Story of John Wesley


By Davey, Cyril



A short, straightforward biography of the preacher John Wesley, who founded the Methodist Church. For 913 year olds.

Series: Stories of Faith and Fame
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(ISBN: 9780718821814)
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Lady with a Lamp

Lady with a Lamp


The Story of Florence Nightingale


By Davey, Cyril



A short, straightforward biography of Florence Nightingale, whose faith and drive transformed nursing and medical care during the Crimean War and made her a national heroine. For ages 913.

Series: Stories of Faith and Fame
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(ISBN: 9780718826413)
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Saint in the Slums

Saint in the Slums


The Story of Kagawa of Japan


By Davey, Cyril



A short, straightforward biography of Toyohiko Kagawa, the preacher and campaigner for social justice whose devotion to the poor of Tokyo before, during and after the Second World War made him famous throughout Japan. For 913 year olds.

Series: Stories of Faith and Fame
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(ISBN: 9780718827618)
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Katharine Briggs

Katharine Briggs


Storyteller


By Davidson, H.R. Ellis



The first biography of this gifted storyteller who made a unique contribution to the collection and serious study of fairy tales and folk traditions in England.
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(ISBN: 9780718826598)
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Peter Joins In

Peter Joins In


By Davidson, L.V.



Peter is bitter, unhappy and has a bad reputation in the village. At first he resists attempts by his Christian friends to help him, but in the end he makes an important decision. A story with a strong Christian theme for 912 year olds.

Series: Gateway Books
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(ISBN: 9780718819477)
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Ruth the Rebel

Ruth the Rebel


By Davidson, L.V.



Ruth can't forgive her mother for sending her to a children's home, and finds it hard to commit to her new friends' Christian ideals. Only when she thinks again do things get better. A story with a strong Christian theme for 912 year olds.

Series: Gateway Books
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(ISBN: 9780718817381)
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Megiddo

Megiddo


By Davies, Graham I.



An account of recent archaeological developments at the biblical site of Megiddo, aimed the general reader, the student and the tourist.

Series: Cities of the Biblical World
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(ISBN: 9780718825867)
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Friends for Simon

Friends for Simon


By Davies, Jean A.



Simon lives by the sea, but he is lonely. One day he meets a group of children singing hymns on the beach, and through these new friends he comes to know the best friend of all. An easy-to-read story for 69 year olds, with a Christian message. Illustrated by Tansy Baran.

Series: Junior Gateway Books
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(ISBN: 9780718820602)
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Creed and Conflict

Creed and Conflict


By Davies, John D.



Illuminating the Christian approach to social and racial justice, the author argues that the Apostles' Creed is an act of personal commitment rather than simply a set of historical doctrines.

Series: Cross in the Crucible Series
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(ISBN: 9780718824143)
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Daily Life in the Early Church

Daily Life in the Early Church


Studies in the Church Social History of the First Five Centuries


By Davies, John Gordon



A series of six representative scenes in which the author, applying the methods of the social historian to the early Church, describes the daily life of the first believers.
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(ISBN: 9780718890209)
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(ISBN: 9780718890193)
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Qumran

Qumran


By Davies, Phillip R.



An account of the ancient Jewish settlement of Khirbet Qumran, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found, based on the archaeological evidence uncovered at the site.

Series: Cities of the Biblical World
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(ISBN: 9780718891411)
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