Item No. 008833
Low in stock; the publisher is reprinting, and a new availability date is not known at this time.
by Jane Meyer, illustrated by Ned Gannon
"There once was a woman who planted some wheat..." So begins this rhythmical, festive children's book about the joy of a farmer as she works to grow the wheat and bake that bread that she will offer back to her Creator in Eucharistic celebration. The vibrant images—reminiscent of fields in the American mid-west—sparkle in light-saturated, warm jewel-tones and provide the perfect backdrop for the story of a woman in love with the earth, and her labor, and equally in love with her God.
A picture book for preschool and up.
About the author:
Jane G. Meyer is a children’s book author and editor who lives in Santa Barbara, California, with her husband and children. She loves the outdoors, learning new languages, fiddling in her garden, and making things with her hands. Besides her editorial work for Ancient Faith Publishing, she is the author of several books for children, including The Man and the Vine (Saint Vladimir Seminary Press, 2006), and The Suitcase (Paraclete Press, 2017).
Author: Jane G Meyer
Illustrator: Ned Gannon
Dimensions: 8.8 X 9 inches
Page Length: 32 pages
Publisher: Other Publishiner
AFP SKU: 008833
Retail Price: $18.00