At Jerusalem's Gate

At Jerusalem's Gate

Poems of Easter

Book - 2005
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"I angle fora glimpse of himwhose touch unlocks a blind man's sight, a deaf man's hearing."A man in the crowd at Jerusalem vies to see Jesus; a disciple recounts details of the Last Supper; Pilate's wife fears her husband's decision. Beginning with Christ's triumphant arrival in Jerusalem, Nikki Grimes explores the first Easter through the voices of those who witnessed it. The author's introductions provide a thoughtful framework, and David Frampton's beautifully intricate and expressive woodcuts illuminate each poem. "At Jerusalem's Gate" offers readers of all ages insight into the most important moments in Christian history.
Publisher: Grand Rapids, MI : Eerdmans Books for Young Readers, 2005.
ISBN: 9780802851833
Branch Call Number: 232.96 GRI J
Characteristics: [48] pages : illustrated
Additional Contributors: Frampton, David - Illustrator


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