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Review: The Works of His Fingers

Category Book Reviews
Date December 6, 2007

With some illustrations in colour, others in black and white, this book glorifies our Creator God. Big bold words written in rhyme accompany expressive illustrations beautifully drawn in ink and coloured pencil. Based on the Bible telling of the Creation of the World, Alison Brown has drawn a delightful and child friendly portrayal of Genesis Chapter One. With loving attention to detail this book will enchant the adult as well as the little one.


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