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Silent Shepherd

Cultivate patience and reinforce faith.

Aaron, the shepherd’s son, cannot speak. He wants to become a shepherd, just like his father. His father, too, wished the same. One day Aaron tried to call the sheep, but he couldn’t. His father was worried about Aaron and was teary. Anxious, Aaron went to bed but couldn’t sleep.

An angel appeared and summoned Aaron and his father to go to Bethlehem to witness the birth of Christ. Did they meet Baby Christ? Did he give Aaron his much-awaited voice?

Kids’ books aren’t easy to write when they communicate an emotion or the idea of religious faith. So when we got a review request from the author, we were curious to see how the author handled the challenge. The author did a pretty good job. This book conveys the message of God and the need for faith to overcome difficult times in a straightforward storyline.

An easy-to-read faith book for children with simple and appealing illustrations.

Originally published: 2020

Author: Patricia Moore

Illustrator: Doriano Strologo

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