Abraham's Search for God (Bible Series) by Jacqueline Jules

By Jacqueline Jules

"Who made the clouds?" Abraham asks. "Who made the flowers?" at the same time a toddler, he is aware there needs to be anything more than idols of clay and stone. As he observes and questions the area round him, Abraham involves the realization that there's one God. an artistic midrash concerning the father of the world's religions.

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She is also an elementary school librarian. Her award-winning poetry and prose have appeared in many magazines including Cricket, Cicada, and Highlights for Children. She has two grown sons and lives in Arlington,VA, with her husband. Natascia Ugliano has an art degree and a diploma from the Fine Arts Academy of Brera, in Italy. She has illustrated several books including Storm Treasure by Anne Adeney and The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen (Anne Adeney version), both for Franklin Watts Publishing, London.

She is also an elementary school librarian. Her award-winning poetry and prose have appeared in many magazines including Cricket, Cicada, and Highlights for Children. She has two grown sons and lives in Arlington,VA, with her husband. Natascia Ugliano has an art degree and a diploma from the Fine Arts Academy of Brera, in Italy. She has illustrated several books including Storm Treasure by Anne Adeney and The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen (Anne Adeney version), both for Franklin Watts Publishing, London.

Abraham’s story, as told in the Book of Genesis, begins when he is an adult and leaves his homeland at God’s request to journey to the land of Canaan. He is originally called Abram, but God changes his name to Abraham during the course of his story. There is nothing in the text about his childhood. The many stories that are told are from the midrash, written to explain and expand on the Bible. They propose that although Abraham lived in a society of idol worshippers, he worshipped only one God, even as a youth.

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