The Little Candle That Was Frightened of the Dark: A Family Advent Devotion

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Authored by Cheryl Kincaid, Cover design or artwork by Sheila Jacobs

List Price: $11.95
8.5" x 11" (21.59 x 27.94 cm)
Full Color on White paper
34 pages
Lighthouse Publishing
ISBN-13: 978-1935079927
ISBN-10: 1935079921
BISAC: Juvenile Fiction / Religious / Christian

The Little Candle who is Afraid of The Dark is an family Advent Devotion that is prefaced by Children’s story about baptismal candle who sits in shadowy place by a great advent wreath in a church sanctuary. The candle trembles in the dark until he hears the advent story told by each of the candles around the wreath. Each of the Advent Candles, represent the lessons of Advent, try to comfort to the baptismal candle by re-telling the lessons of advent in the nativity.  
This story culminates with an advent family devotion, which walks the family members through the lessons of advent I think the vivid imagery of this story would inspire an excellent picture book. The Little Candle is written for children between the ages of three and six, although, it can be enjoyed by all ages for the story’s timeless lessons.