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Get ready, there's a party about to begin!

But this is no ordinary party—this is the Parable Praise Party with bestselling Christian recording artist Mary Rice Hopkins! This storybook tells the biblical parable of the lost sheep. The exclusive Faith Parenting Guide helps moms and dads remind their children just how safe and secure they are in God's care! Deliciously fun art holds the attention of little ones. What could be better?
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ISBN: 9781434708243
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