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Two arguing brothers stand before the wise King Solomon and he decides to share with them the story of two other brothers who lived long before their time. By retelling the story of how Jerusalem came to be, he offers guidance in hope that they will learn to appreciate one another and the value of sharing. This is the founding story of Jerusalem, told in Mosques, Synagogues and Churches. It is a truly uplifting and hopeful tale of both family and compassion. This tale serves as a reminder that peace and reconciliation can be brought to any situation. The subject matter appeals to many faiths; nicely articulated with an informative endnote. The bright yet simple illustrations fill the pages, perfectly accompanying this magnificent story. Major lead title push into all channels as well as targeted campaign to Global Peace Organizations.

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9781846860416
  • ISBN: 9781846860416
  • Pub Date: 20th August 2007
  • Publisher: Barefoot Books Ltd
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  • Format: Hardback
  • Number of Pages: 32

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