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Books with title Amazing Grace

  • Amazing Grace

    Mary Hoffman, Caroline Binch

    Paperback (Gardners Books, Jan. 31, 1993)
    Grace loves to act out stories. When her school decides to do "Peter Pan", Grace longs to play Peter, but classmates say that Peter was a boy, and besides, he wasn't black. But her mum says she can do anything if she puts her mind to it.
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  • Amazing Grace

    J.C. Lafler

    eBook (Redemption Press, May 1, 2017)
    When a group of young girls finds themselves in an unloving environment with a critical guardian and an abandoned baby, eleven-year-old Sarah, the oldest, takes the lead in caring for the girls and teaching them about faith. Amazing Grace is a story about the life-changing power of faith and forgiveness and finding love in the most un-likely of places.
  • Amazing Grace

    Nina Williams

    language (Promence d.g. Richby Publishing, Aug. 18, 2008)
    This book is a refreshing little book for children. Parents love this book because of its practical approach. Children get lost every day ... some never make it home. This book teaches children a simple hand gesture so that they can get the help they need. It is a great buy for parents and great teaching tool for children.
  • Amazing Grace

    Mary Hoffman

    Hardcover (Dial, Sept. 2, 1991)
    Grace loves stories, whether they're from books, movies, or the kind her grandmother tells. So when she gets a chance to play a part in Peter Pan, she knows exactly who she wants to be. Remarkable watercolor illustrations give full expression to Grace's high-flying imagination.
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  • Amazing Grace

    Sarah Smith

    language (, Sept. 20, 2012)
    “The tongue is mightier than the sword”. Our words can tear down, ruin people’s lives and even cause someone to commit suicide. Our words can inspire, heal, and build. How sad it is that we have this power in our hands and we so often choose to use it for evil instead of good? What if we all chose to use this power for good? What if we chose to use our words to heal and build? What if we chose to rebuild other people’s lives instead of ruining them? What kind of a world would this be? A much better one! This story is an example of what our words can do if we use them for good. A young girl named Grace provides an example of what we can all do if we choose to. By the use of words, she changes people’s lives by showing them kindness, love and compassion, something some people today have never experienced. What if you are the only example of love someone ever sees? We should all be more like Grace in that regard. And just as the Bible says… A little child shall lead them.This book is perfect for when you want to read something but don't have time to commit to reading a long novel. It is a story you can read alone or read to youth in your family and use as a tool for discussion. Light hearted with a clear and beautiful message.
  • Amazing Grace

    Jerome-Paul

    language (First Run Publishing LLC, May 26, 2009)
    To those whom much is given; sometimes too much is asked in return. If you could cure illness with a simple touch, would you? Does your answer change if it's for a family member versus a friend? What about a total stranger? Imagine being faced with this type of dilemma everyday. Zoë has never felt the joy a simple touch can bring. From the moment of her birth, someone else's touch has always brought her great pain and sorrow. Born a true empath Zoë must shelter herself from the world around her. Her only wish is to be able to live a normal life and feel the touch of another human without fear or pain.Chased from state to state by a reporter who wants to expose Zoë's abilities to the world as a miracle cure, Zoë and her family must always look over their shoulders never knowing a moments peace. Never knowing true love.
  • Amazing Grace

    J. C. Gottlieb

    Paperback (WestBowPress, Nov. 28, 2016)
    After five years of crippling depression, Iris finally has her life figured out. She’s chosen a career that will make her happy and will help her bring joy in other people’s lives (a high priority for her). Only, this is her last day on earth! Once in heaven, she’s furious about having lost her life, and nothing Jesus says can console her. She does find joy and peace, however, and loves finding something new to learn about. When asked to return to earth in order to help a confused teenager, she’s both elated and apprehensive. She likes the idea of trying to help someone, but she’s not sure she can. Little does she know that God is in charge.
  • Amazing Gracie

    Michael Haibach

    eBook
    AMAZING GRACIE is the true story of a family destroyed, and the lengths a young girl goes to survive unimaginable horrors to turn tragedy into triumph. Strength, determination, and an unlikely friendship propel Gracie from a past filled with betrayal, horrific abuse, and loss, into a future filled with prosperity, love, happiness, and family.
  • Amazing Grace

    Jim Haskins

    Library Binding (Millbrook Press, March 1, 1992)
    An illustrated history of how "Amazing Grace" became one of the most popular hymns of all time tells how its author, John Newton, was a British slave trader who became a minister and spent his latter years speaking out against slavery.
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  • Amazing Grace

    Mary Hoffman, Caroline Binch

    Hardcover (Dial, Aug. 16, 1991)
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  • Amazing Grace

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    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, Aug. 16, 1993)
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  • Amazing Gracie

    Michael Haibach

    Hardcover (Lulu.com, March 22, 2018)
    Quite by chance, I uncovered family secrets that had been buried and skillfully guarded for close to a century. Yet hidden beneath the lies and secrets Ñ and far more startling Ñ was the truth. Acquiring that truth, was a journey of discovery for me, which led me to write, AMAZING GRACIE. In the telling of my grandmother's story, I reveal a woman far more complex than I ever could have imagined. A woman, much to my surprise, I barely knew, despite what I had believed to be the closest relationship in my life.