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A SAMPLING OF PICTURE BOOKS
THAT DEMONSTRATE THE TWELVE GIFTS

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STRENGTH:
BRAVE IRENE by William Steig THE STORY OF JUMPING MOUSE by John Steptoe
BEAUTY:
LITTLE SQUAREHEAD by Peggy O’Neill
COURAGE:
MATTHEW'S DREAM by Leo Lionni THE PRINCESS KNIGHT by Cornelia Funke
LYLE, LYLE CROCODILE by Bernard Waber SHEILA RAE, THE BRAVE by Kevin Henkes
COMPASSION:
TICO AND THE GOLDEN WINGS by Leo Lionni
HOPE:
SYLVESTER AND THE MAGIC PEBBLE by William Steig DANDELIONS by Eve Bunting
TOO MANY MURKLES by Heidi Charissa Schmidt
JOY:
ONE SMILE by Cindy McCinley
TALENT:
SILENT LOTUS by Jeanne M. LeeLOUANNE PIG IN THE TALENT SHOW by Nancy Carlson
ANGEL AND THE ACROBAT by Mark Shannon
IMAGINATION:
I PRETEND by Heidi Goennell
I Pretend
REVERENCE:
FREDERICK by Leo Lionni A MOTHER'S SONG by Janet Lowler
BE NICE TO SPIDERS by Margaret Bloy Graham
WISDOM:
FABLES by Arnold Lobel AESOP'S FABLES by Milo Winter
THE KING AND THE TORTOISE by Tololwa M. Mollel
LOVE:
AMOS AND BORIS by William Steig
FAITH:
THE CARROT SEED by Ruth Krauss

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