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Unitarian Universalism is a Really Long Name
Jennifer Dant, Illustrated by Anne Carter
ISBN: 9781558965089
For children aged 5-9
Book (Hardcover)
Skinner House Books
7 x 7
32 pages
Full-color illustrations
March 1, 2008


"This appealing book answers children's basic questions about Unitarian Universalism with friendly words and charming pictures-an excellent resource!" -Janeen Grohsmeyer, author of A Lamp in Every Corner

"Jennifer Dant and Anne Carter have given our children the gift of a clear, coherent and cheery introduction to the Unitarian Universalist religious journey." -Jeanne Nieuwejaar, author of The Gift of Faith

From the book:
Asking questions and looking for answers are important to Unitarian Universalists. We believe that no one is ever finished learning. Our faith keeps growing and changing like all living things. That's why we call our faith the living tradition. Let's go exploring and find some answers to your questions together!"

This one-of-a-kind picture book is a colorful introduction to Unitarian Universalism for children ages five to nine. Simple language and appealing illustrations offer children accessible answers to commonly asked questions such as: Who are we? What do we believe? How do we worship? Who leads us? Do we read the Bible? What is our religious symbol? Do we pray? What is Sunday school? How do we celebrate?

Jennifer Dant, as the director of religious education at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Greater Naples, Florida, has taught religious education to all ages. She is the mother of three children and is currently pursuing a master of divinity at the Meadville Lombard Theological School.
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