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Can I Tell You About Forgiveness?: A Helpful Introduction for Everyone
Liz Gulliford | Illustrated by Rosy Salaman
Jessica Kingsley Publishers / Softcover / 2018-09-01 / 1785925210
Children's Books
price: $18.95 (may be subject to change)
64 pages
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Join Joseph as he learns what forgiveness is. Why is forgiveness important? Does it count as forgiveness when mum makes me apologize? Can I forgive someone who doesn't even know they hurt me? This illustrated guide serves as the ideal introduction for children to think about forgiveness, and to develop their own understanding of what it means.

Forgiveness can be a difficult topic for adults and children alike, sometimes adding new layers of anxiety and guilt to the pain of being hurt. Through story, this book helps children, young people, and those who care for them to explore the forgiveness journey wisely and well.

— The Very Revd. Dr. Stephen Hance, Dean of Derby, editor of ‘Forgiveness in Practice'

About the Illustrator:

Rosy Salaman is an artist and illustrator who studied History of Art at Bristol University and Illustration at the Chelsea College of Art and Design. She lives in London, UK.

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