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I'll Pray Anyway: The Story of Daniel

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Retells the Biblical story of how God protected Daniel in the lions' den.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published May 1st 2007 by Candle Books (first published July 1st 1988)
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Kitty Wibisono
Jul 01, 2017 rated it liked it
Every day Daniel woke up early because he wanted to pray. Daniel was one of the King's best workers. He needed God's help to do a good job. The King praised Daniel for his good works. This made the other workers angry and jealous. They tricked the King into signing a rule: "Anyone who prayed to God would be thrown into lion's den."

Daniel heard about the rule but he thought: "I'll pray anyway."

Later, Daniel was arrested and thrown into the lion's den. But amazingly, he was safe because God sent
Lisa Rathbun
I really like this book series of Bible stories. This story of Daniel is told simply, with only one or two sentences per page. The sentences include a drawing so your preschooler can say that word and thus "read" along with you. One funny thing about this series: they like to throw in anachronistic elements in the pictures. Thus Daniel has an alarm clock on a nightstand next to his bed.
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