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Thu 21 Feb 2019 @ 11:05
RT @churchscotlandTo mark #InternationalMotherLanguageDay we thought we would share a video of Iain Whyte of @cofsguild reading from… https://t.co/9zEroQ36oS
Author(s): Kenneth Steven
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Kenneth Steven brings together the great tradition of storytelling and his own gentle Christian faith, assuring children of God's comforting presence - even in difficult situations.
Each story is a great read for children while also being underpinned by a moral point firmly rooted in the Christian faith. The drawings, created by Katharine Wake, add a charming visual dimension to the clear and elegant prose.
The Raven's Tale and other stories may be read aloud to children of all ages. 'When the world was still quite young, a group of animals and birds lived together in a beautiful valley far away. There were high hills up above and sweet meadows running through the valley, and at the heart of everything was a great deep blue river that wound like a snake towards the sea.'
Over the past 20 years, Kenneth Steven has become one of the country's most popular poets. Drawing on a quiet Celtic spirituality and a love of wild Scotland, his engaging poetry offers us something beautiful, evocative, moving and captivating.
He is also a highly successful broadcaster, featuring regularly on national radio. His BBC Radio 4 documentary on the island of St Kilda won him a prestigious Sony Award.