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The Temple Curtain puts a fictional Palestinian family into the biblical events. The story includes Jesus' healing ministry, the crucifixion, the tearing of the temple curtain and its meaning, the resurrection, ascension, Pentecost, fleeing from persecution in Jerusalem, and adventures in Antioch, Syria. 

The Temple Curtain was written for children in grades 3-8, but older and younger children and parents can all enjoy and discuss the book.

Last year, a pastor in my area gave copies of The Temple Curtain to families for use at home. He said,"We used this at our church for children's Lent devotions and it was well-received. Great resource that is imaginative, historically accurate and faithful."

Check out my website below to read the excerpts and reviews, and see the questions and activities available for each of the twelve chapters.

From now until Easter, the books are on sale for 40% off, which is only $6.00 with no charge for shipping. 


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