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The OIl Lamp By Dawn Stephens
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In this third episode to “The Little Pot” and “The Tea Pot”, the potter forms a new vessel and names it Oil Lamp. After Oil Lamp is created, it is too shy to shine for the... More > potter and hides under a bowl. It must learn to shine in a way that other vessels do not feel scorched. Through the testimonies of Tea Pot and Little Pot, Oil Lamp realizes its purpose is to shine for its creator. Children will discover the light within them can spread peace and goodness to others when they overcome fear and shine too. This story was written with the teachers and students at Central Christian Academy as they discovered the importance of letting the light of Christ shine in everything they do. ©2016< Less
The Lopsided Lamp By Kaitlin Allen
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Laurel, Consulting Detective stars in the detective coloring book, THE LOPSIDED LAMP. Whenever people are out of their depth, which is always, they come to Laurel, the world’s only consulting... More > detective, for answers. She charged the culprit in THE LOW CAMERA BATTERY. She saw the clue in THE OVERLOOKED EYEGLASSES. She cracked the crook in THE MULTICOLORED CANDY DISH. Can Laurel straighten out THE LOPSIDED LAMP?< Less
The Lopsided Lamp By Kaitlin Allen
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Laurel, Consulting Detective stars in the detective coloring book, THE LOPSIDED LAMP. Whenever people are out of their depth, which is always, they come to Laurel, the world’s only consulting... More > detective, for answers. She charged the culprit in THE LOW CAMERA BATTERY. She saw the clue in THE OVERLOOKED EYEGLASSES. She cracked the crook in THE MULTICOLORED CANDY DISH. Can Laurel straighten out THE LOPSIDED LAMP?< Less
The Slave of the Lamp By Henry Seton Merriman
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Hugh Stowell Scott (9 May 1862 – 19 November 1903) was an... More > English novelist (under the pseudonym Henry Seton Merriman).Born in Newcastle upon Tyne, he became an underwriter at Lloyd's of London, but then devoted himself to travel and to writing novels, many of which had great popularity. Scott visited India as a tourist in 1877-78 and set his novel Flotsam (1896) there. He was an enthusiastic traveller, many of his journeys being undertaken with his friend and fellow author Stanley J. Weyman.Scott married Ethel Frances Hall (1865-1943) on 19 June 1889. The couple had no children.Scott was unusually modest and retiring in character. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugh_Stowell_Scott< Less
The Blue Lamp By David Barrett
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Comedy Play Script. Set in a police station in London. A new inspector is due to take over. A thief takes refuge in one place he thinks is safe - a police station. A man dressed as a lady gets into... More > difficulties when his car is stolen (along with his male clothes). He goes to file a report at the police station where his wife reports him missing. Meanwhile, the jewel thief is mistaken for the new inspector. Mayhem ensues. Suitable for adults or older children. A licence is required for every performance of this play. Details on www.playsandsongs.com< Less
Aladdin and the Magic Lamp: A Short Story for Children By Anonymous Anonymous
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When an evil magician tricks Aladdin, a young ne'er-do-well, into crawling into a cave and retrieving an old oil lamp, he little suspects that the young ruffian will outwit him and keep the magic... More > lamp for himself. The boy discovers that by rubbing the side of the tarnished oil lamp, a gigantic fierce looking genie is released, who declares, "Your wish is my command!" Aladdin not only escapes the cave with his life, but gains untold riches -- and best of all -- the love and hand in marriage of the daughter of a wealthy sultan. All is lost, however, when the evil magician returns and steals away the lamp along with Aladdin's beloved wife and his many possessions. But wait, Aladdin has one more piece of magic up his sleeve! It is a pleasure to publish this new, high quality, and affordable edition of this fantastic story.< Less
Oil in my Lamp By Samuel Neverson
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Oil in my Lamp is a book of poems enriched by travel through the stunningly beautiful Caribbean with its share of poverty, homelessness, street children: by the nakedness of a bauxite-mining... More > landscape in Jamaica; by experiencing sunrise and sunset in the Caribbean; by the toils of poverty-stricken women, mothers making ends meet, and by the allure and magnificence of the Taj Mahal, that icon of true love.< Less
Oil in my Lamp By Samuel Neverson
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Oil in my Lamp is a book of poems enriched by travel through the stunningly beautiful Caribbean with its share of poverty, homelessness, street children: by the nakedness of a bauxite-mining... More > landscape in Jamaica; by experiencing sunrise and sunset in the Caribbean; by the toils of poverty-stricken women, mothers making ends meet, and by the allure and magnificence of the Taj Mahal, that icon of true love.< Less
Tip Lewis and His Lamp By Pansy
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Isabella Macdonald Alden (November 3, 1841 – August 5,... More > 1930) was an American author who wrote under the pseudonym of Pansy.Alden was born in Rochester, New York to well-educated parents Myra Spafford Macdonald and Isaac Alden. The sixth of seven children, she was initially home-schooled by her father, who also gave her the nickname Pansy. She developed her writing skills early: as a child, she kept a daily journal which her father critiqued. Her first story, "Our Old Clock", was published in the village paper when she was 10.She met her husband, Reverend Gustavus Rossenberg Alden, while teaching at Oneida Seminary in New York. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isabella_Macdonald_Alden< Less
Here or There: The Lamp Goes.... Where? By Abdul-Majeed Azad
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My new Children’s book narrates a story that is laced with love, affection, morals, ethics, friendship, ties with family and others. It is designed to connect the children with one another and... More > the narrator with the inquisitive young minds through a genuine effort in explaining significant aspects of the story composition. The book contains beautiful life-like illustrations, where story and events have been rendered alive through vivid color combination and skillful artwork. A kind and generous king has two wonderful sons who are twins. When the time comes to appoint a new king, he finds it difficult to make the choice: Who should he choose? He loves both equally and is quite confident that each can run the country. The king’s loyal and dear friend of many years gives him a unique advice to test his sons and find out who will rule the country with great justice and compassion. How do the twin brothers compete, and who wins in the end?< Less

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