CYNTHIA AT CHURCH by Carrie Lou Goddard

CYNTHIA AT CHURCH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Insecurity vanished as soon as the friendly children and Miss Lucille welcomed Cynthia to her Sunday School. On Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter, the children learn generosity by sharing with unfortunate neighbors, with their own church and with each other. They also learn that it is the act of giving that is responsible for that warm feeling inside experienced by all. Springtime means a picnic in the park where in their own way they acknowledged the gifts of God. The setting is decidedly Protestant and though the children seem unreal (ideal reactions and behavior) their interesting activities should appeal to the young Sunday School attendant.

Pub Date: Aug. 12th, 1961
Publisher: Abingdon