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You are special —Lucado, Max.

Punchinello's opinion of himself changes after talking to his creator.

Princess Charity's courageous heart —Young, Jeanna Stolle, 1968-

When adventurous young Princess Charity defies her father's orders and rides into a neighboring kingdom, she sees a boy fall from his horse, watches others pass him by, and finally goes to help him herself in this versio...

Princess Faith's mysterious garden —Young, Jeanna Stolle, 1968-

When obstacles prevent Princess Faith from succeeding with her gardening, she perseveres and prays, in this version of the parable of the sower. Includes note about the parable and its meaning for children.

Addy's cup of sugar : a Stillwater tale —Muth, Jon J., author, illustrator.

In this reworking of the Buddhist parable, Stillwater, a giant panda, teaches Addy that the grief she feels for the loss of her kitten, is part of life and is shared by everybody.

The parable of the lily —Higgs, Liz Curtis.

A farmer's daughter receives a mysterious gift which she neglects and then discards, only to find out on Easter morning how special it is. Bible verses link the story to the life of Jesus.

The parable of the lily —Higgs, Liz Curtis.

A farmer's daughter receives a mysterious gift which she neglects and then discards, only to find out on Easter morning how special it is. Bible verses link the story to the life of Jesus.

Princess sisters treasury —Young, Jeanna Stolle, 1968-

Collects three previously published retellings of parables, featuring four sisters who are princesses--the parable of the lost sheep, the sower and the seed, and the Good Samaritan.

The sunflower parable —Higgs, Liz Curtis.

Logan discovers how much good can come from the sunflowers he lovingly tends all summer. Text is interspersed with Bible verses.

Riding a donkey backwards : wise and foolish tales of Mulla Nasruddin —Taylor, Sean, 1965- author.

"A collection of 21 riotous tales and riddles about the Mullah Nasruddin. Why does Mulla Nasruddin spoon yoghurt into the river? What is the reason he rides his donkey backwards? Why does he paint a picture that is blank...

With you all the way —Lucado, Max.

Three knights set out on a perilous journey to reach the king's castle, but the only one to reach his goal is the one who was wise enough to listen to the song of the king.

Cecil, the lost sheep —McDonough, Andrew (Andrew John)

When Cecil the sheep goes off in search of adventure and gets stuck on a mountain ledge, his shepherd leaves the rest of his flock behind to find Cecil and bring him home.

The house that went ker-splat! : the parable of the wise and foolish builders —Myers, Bill, 1953-

In this retelling of the parable of the wise and foolish builders, two wasps take the opposite approach to building their houses, with predictable results.

I am I —Fitzpatrick, Marie-Louise.

Two small boys wage war against each other in this parable about the futility of fighting.

The pine tree parable —Higgs, Liz Curtis.

A farmer and his wife who grow trees to sell for Christmas give their prized, perfect tree to a poor family who cannot afford to pay for it. Text is interspersed with Bible verses.

The silly chicken —Shah, Idries, 1924-1996.

A Sufi teaching tale of a chicken that has learned to speak as people do and spreads an alarming warning, which causes the townspeople to panic without first considering the messenger.

Farmer Brown's field trip —Carlson, Melody.

The Biblical parable of the sower who scatters seed on hard ground, rocky soil, in the weeds, and in good soil is presented in the story of a farmer who hurries to plant even though he has broken his glasses.

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