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Patti And the Weegors

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Patti And the Weegors

A girl in China discovers the love of God

Xiao Ciao


Pages: 32
Trim: Paperback (176 x 142mm)
Isbn 13: 9781857925579
List Price: £2.99
Series: Colour Books
Imprint: CF4Kids
Read to me: age 7-9
Read myself: age 9-12
Category: Children > 8-12 Year Olds > Biography

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Description

When the music plays Patti stamps her feet and claps her hands. She belongs to the Muslim Weegor tribe in Northern China. All the Weegors love to sing and dnace. Patti loves her little village, but she doesn't know about the love of God. Who will tell her? What will she do? Read this book and you will find out?


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Reviews

"The story of Patti is based on a real conversion experience of a Muslim young woman coming to faith in Christ Jesus. After the book came out, I delivered a copy of the book to the real "Patti". She had then moved out of her childhood countryside into a concrete metropolis where she ministers with her husband. After sharing the book with her toddler, it became the child's favorite book. When asked why, she explained, "The child has never before seen a book that so truly illustrates our culture, our people and our home."

Xiao Qiao, author


Customer Reviews

I truly enjoy this story, it is so realistic in our strange world. I have used it in public, telling old and young and they all adore the story. It is also so encouraging that it brings the questions about nationality conflict, faith, and superstitious in simple and clear way, not too much and not hidden. It is exelent to use as a starter for good talks, discussions and a time for prayer!

Posted by Christian Gabre, InterAct at 23:04 on Sunday 29 October 2006