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Illustrated Psalms of Praise / Salmos de Alabanza Ilustrados

Illustrated Psalms of Praise / Salmos de Alabanza Ilustrados


Illustrated by Amy Ribordy Reese

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Bring God’s word into your home with this lovely book.  Amy Ribordy Reese’s beautiful illustrations make the timeless words of the psalms come alive, helping the reader find the spirit behind the text.  The English texts of Psalms 104, 108, and 150 are from the Holy Bible: Contemporary English Version, and the Spanish texts are from Biblia Americana San Jerónimo.  The English and Spanish texts are on facing pages.  These psalms and illustrations can be enjoyed by parents and children of all ages.  This book would be a wonderful addition to any library.

Lleva la palabra de Dios a tu hogar con este hermoso libro. Las bellas ilustraciones de Amy Ribordy Reese hacen que las eternas palabras de los salmos cobren vida, ayudando al lector a encontrar el espíritu detrás del texto. Los textos en inglés de los Salmos 104, 108 y 150 son de la Santa Biblia: Versión Inglesa Contemporánea, y los textos en español son de la Biblia Americana San Jerónimo. Los textos en inglés y español están en páginas opuestas. Estos salmos e ilustraciones pueden ser disfrutados por padres e hijos de todas las edades. Este libro sería una maravillosa adición a cualquier biblioteca.

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