Brenner, Barbara; Hooks, William H; Degen, Bruce, il. A Bantam little rooster book. Follows the adventures of two best friends, Lion and Lamb. Canon EOS 5D Mark II. City.
Brenner, Barbara; Hooks, William H; Degen, Bruce, ill. Publication date. Friendship, Lion, Sheep, Friendship, Lions, Sheep. New York : Bantam Books.
Barbara Brenner, William H. Hooks. Barbara Brenner is a respected, award-winning author, specializing in works of both juvenile fiction and nonfiction educational material that deals with animals, nature, and ecology. Her interests range from the natural world (. Thinking about Ants) to American history (. Wagon Wheels), all of which are refl Librarian Note: There is more than one author by this name in the Goodreads database.
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Barbara Brenner was born on June 26, 1925, in Brooklyn, New York. This book received an ALA Notable Book for Children mention and an ALA Best Book for Young Adults award. Hooks is the author of 52 books for children.
ISBN13:9780553348521. Release Date:February 1990.
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The lamb with the lion" – often a paraphrase from Isaiah, and more closely quoted as "the lion and lamb", "a child will lead them", and the like – are an artistic and symbolic device, most generally related to peace. The symbol is used in both Christianity and Judaism to represent the Messianic Age. In addition, in Christianity, according to a sermon by Augustine, the lion stands for Christ resurrected, the lamb for Christ's sacrifice ("He endured death as a lamb; he devoured it as a lion.