"Adorable easy-to-make finger puppets. Patterns and directions for 4 mice and a mousehouse. 35 short story scripts, each with a memory verse and prayer. Excellent for church teachers of, pre-K through 6th grades. Older children can make the puppets and perform the scripts. Kids love churchmice! You will too."
I gulped despair with the metal in my saliva, fearing perhaps Goddard had
touched on a relevant point – stories, the bite behind a deceptive burgundy
curtain of tales, tales, tales! Tales were made to break your heart by only being tales; you ...
Author: R. H. Hale
Publisher: Help For Writers Ltd
Rona is afraid. She watches the minutes disappear. Rona is about to change. Forever. Rona wakes. You will not recognise her. Neither will she at first. Not even her own name. No one warned her it wouldn’t happen overnight. No one warned her of a drawn-out transmutation unlike anything she could have imagined. Because nothing can prepare you for this. Turn the pages of Rona Dean’s diary as she finally learns the murkiest secrets of undead blood. There is no glamour. No favouritism. No means too savage. And no room for mistakes! In an ancient underworld governed by ruthless territoriality, this new existence will challenge the young novice to beyond her limits. And when an old rival threatens their home, it will take all her new-found instincts to survive a cunning game against predators far stronger than she. Meanwhile, an emotional tension is building between her and inscrutable mentor Serge, testing them both to breaking point as lost memories slowly, but surely, begin to resurface …
Chapter 16 A Tale of Two Frogs a tale of two frogs boss pastor leroy beetle
wasabit discouraged the other day he told me he dreaded the effects of summer
and itswarm carefree days in the church pew underworld you mean about folks
Author: Gary Mitchell
Publisher: Redemption Press
Category: Juvenile Fiction
From his headquarters under a stark wooden pew, Amos—yep, a churchmouse—holds court as chief critic of all things Christian. His status as a furry fly on the wall gives him ample opportunity to tsk his whiskers over lame sermons, lack of vision, greed, and the general sense of malaise that has taken over the church pew underworld. As Amos encounters Freddy the Flea, Louie the Songdog, Prayer Virgil the PrayingMantis, and others, you just might recognize a few, um, animals who walk the halls of your church! Readers ages 8 to 88 will be encouraged and amused by Amos’s discoveries about God’s love for us—and find themselves looking a little more closely before they take a seat next Sunday.
You will find these stories original, imaginative and fun. If you enjoy reading Tales of a Church Mouse you will also enjoy reading the author's Christmas anthology, Imagine Christmas.
Author: John Edgell
Jason Anthony Mouse narrates twelve fascinating tales of church life-a delightful anthology of stories for the whole church family. Have you ever said, "I sure wish I could have been a bug on the wall to hear and watch what was going on in there"? Mrs. Fernfeather, Mrs. Peacock, Deacon Brown, Hilda Shoeloose, Willie Hardsnout, and many other unforgettable characters are seen through Jason Anthony's eyes as he scurries about the church, hides behind a book, under flowers, in a pocket, and behind a cow in a manger scene stable, while observing interesting and telling events and conversations. The stories' unique characters struggle with misunderstandings, misguided attitudes, yet in the end are brought to a change of heart. The stories in Tales of a Church Mouse challenge, inspire, and are wildly entertaining-possibly because they strike so close to home!
First written for the monthly church magazine, the stories follow the day-to-day life and changing seasons of the church year, and are enjoyed by adults and children alike.
Author: Janice Scott
These delightful and amusing short stories feature Dorothy, a little fat elderly mouse who lives under the tower in church. Dorothy is very proud of being a church mouse rather than a common field mouse or dormouse. First written for the monthly church magazine, the stories follow the day-to-day life and changing seasons of the church year, and are enjoyed by adults and children alike.
The windows never changed. No new stories. In the disheartening wisdom that
comes with maturity, their faces became tired, their gestures lazy, their stories
and adventures fading to be replaced by something blandly biblical. I could not
Author: RH Hale
Publisher: Help For Writers Ltd
Rona never imagined her old church housed a terrible secret, until immortal eyes flickered from the dark and a mutilated manservant fell at her feet. Coerced into replacing him as ‘watchdog’ for the undead, Rona must discover her own dark side in order to survive.
This story-within-a-story describes the Christmas adventures of Christopher Churchmouse and his very special gift for the church.
Author: Barbara Davoll
Category: Christmas music
This story-within-a-story describes the Christmas adventures of Christopher Churchmouse and his very special gift for the church. Throughout the musical, Amy and her grandmother discuss the true meaning of Christmas and present the plan of salvation. Based on the series "Christopher Churchmouse Classics." Primary to early junior level.
You may be interested in the other fine Christopher Churchmouse products
available, including: • videocassettes of 12 Christopher Churchmouse stories,
with 2 stories on each tape. • audiocassette-and-book packages of 12
Author: Barbara Davoll
Category: Christian life
For years the Christopher Churchmouse Classics have helped children learn about Christian living. This volume contains six fun-filled adventures of Christopher and his family. Children will learn about obedience, deceit, forgiveness, appearance, tattling, hospitality, and friendship. Illustrated.
Collected Utopian Tales / New and Revised Edition Jack Zipes. Once upon a
time there was a wise man who ... Poor as a church mouse he was, and poor as a church mouse he remained. And that was because he wouldn't allow anything in
Author: Jack Zipes
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This book is a collection of traditional German fairy tales and fables, deliberately transformed into utopian narratives and social commentary by political activists in the Weimar Republic (1919-1933). Against a backdrop of financial and political instability, widespread homelessness, and the reformation of public institutions, numerous gifted writers such as Berta Lask, Kurt Schwitters, Hermynia zur Mühlen, Oskar Maria Graf, Bruno Schönlank, and Joachim Ringelnatz responded to the need for hope among the common people by creating fairy tales and fables that offered a new and critical vision of social conditions. Though many of their tales deal with the grim situation of common people and their apparent helplessness, they are founded on the principle of hope. This revised edition includes over 50 illustrations by contemporary international artists who reveal how similar the Weimar conditions were to the conditions in which we presently live. In this respect, the Weimar fairy tales and fables have not lost their spirit and significance.
Church Cats & Clerical Cats in Stories. M. Bryant. 1997. (Illus.). 256p. (J), pap. ...
Church Mouse of Saint Nicholas. Charles A. Brady. 2004. (Illus.). 48p. (J). ... Churchmouse Tales: Puppet Piays, 10 vols., Vol. 2. Violet M. Toler. Illus. by
“Because, my older cousin told me stories about the seniors initiating the
freshman, so with my little girl mind, I was afraid of them.” Amanda munched
down on her hotdog. “That was stupid, but I've heard stories too. Like the seniors
coming by ...
Author: Toni White
You'll love this fun story about four friends at Mrs. Mulligan's Church Camp! ;Join Amanda Anderson and her little sister Amy, in an action packed adventure. You'll meet bossy Samantha Billingham. A spoiled rich girl, that all the boys are crazy about and Amanda detests. You'll discover Amy's big surprise. You'll experience the Attack of the Cat. You will just love a song Amanda wrote and experience her humiliation when she sttempts to sing it on stage. And best of all you'll meet Jeff Shaffer, a boy with big brown eyes and a smile to die for, the boy of every girl's dreams. So, join us at Mrs. Mulligan's Church Camp. You won't be disappointed.
Also by William Cleary Prayers and Fables How the Wild Things Pray The Lively
Garden Prayer Book Lighten Your Heart Prayers for Lovers Prayers to She Who
Is A Doubter ' s Prayerbook Centering Prayers Facing God Churchmouse Tales ...
Author: William Cleary
Publisher: Forest of Peace Publishing
Provides a fresh, humorous, and wise perspective from which we can make sense of our lives, even when our world seems crowded with the unjust and absurd. Based on the unforgettable, wisdom-bearing fables of Aesop and the life-enhancing qualities of a variety of classic and contemporary saints. Cleary offers a collection of contemplative prayers that illumine the meaning, value and triumph of life.
Turtle Going Nowhere in the Plenty of Time: Native American Tales from the
South- A Midwest/A Maria Posa (Healing Wings) Hynacek. ... Daris, Rebecca J. A
Sunnybrook Garden Tale. ... The Christopher Churchmouse Birthday Collection.
1907 . joles Remi Chucklebait : Funny Stories for Everyone . Ed . by Margaret ...
Chums at Last : A Tale of School Life . Forsyth A ... Churchmouse Stories : A
Collection of Peter Churchmouse , and Other Children ' s Favorites . Mrs . Margot
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