Stories Told by Mother TeresaBook - 2000
Recognized all over the world for her compassion and dedication to the poor, Mother Teresa of Calcutta is considered by many to be a modern day saint. Wherever she went, Mother Teresa was always teaching about kindness and love -- and one of the most meaningful ways she taught was through her stories. This inspiring collection of stories told by Mother Teresa is based upon the simple yet special moments she experienced during her daily work in the streets of Calcutta. From the story of the mother who shared her last grains of rice with the family next door, to the children who gave up their prize money to help the orphanage in Calcutta, these stories illustrate Mother Teresa's belief that even the smallest acts of kindness make the world a better place for everyone. Simple, sensitively illustrated watercolors capture all the purity and profoundness of these beautiful, thought-provoking stories.
Publisher: Boston : Element Books, 2000.
Branch Call Number: STO
Characteristics: 24 p. : col. ill.
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