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The Journey to Bethlehem's Star

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In ancient Israel, Nathaniel, his sitser Miriam and their family can hardly contain their excitement at joining the colorful caravan headed to Bethleham for the census.
When the children meet shepherd boy Caleb, and become separated from their family, Caleb offers to show them a short cut over the Judean Hills to Bethlehem.
Join the two lost children in this noisy, bustlin
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Kindle Edition, 10 pages
Published April 16th 2009
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As a writer and artist Jan Lis fills her children’s books with reality based themes and quirky animal stories propelled by positive values. She paints word pictures to produce colorful backgrounds and rich imagery for her spunky characters.

Jan Lis is an established artist who has exhibited and won awards in many of the country’s top Annual Exhibitions including: The Butler Institute of American Ar
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