This hardbound, full-color children's book brings to life the remarkable true story of a bear that, inspired by God, saved the life of the Russian New Martyr, Metropolitan Peter of Krutitsy.
Infused with prayer and evocative watercolor illustrations, this warm tale will engage the eyes and hearts of young children, while revealing the fruits of the Jesus Prayer.
The author-illustrator is the wife of a Russian Orthodox priest, an accomplished artist, and an iconographer.
Hardcover, 48 pp.
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