A Great Tattoo starts with a great Tattoo Design, Learn Step by Step easy steps and you can become the next tattoo artist. Flower Tattoo book for you. Start with basic simple and artistic Tattoo designs and you will be drawing wonderful and cool tattoo designs in no time! The Step by Step Tattoo drawings give you room to practice your drawing talent. Many different Tattoo designs for you to try. This Book Includes: Learn To Draw Flower Tattoo 14 Characters: Learn To Draw Dahlia Flower Tattoo Learn To Draw Daphne Flower Tattoo Learn To Draw Easy Flower Tattoo Learn To Draw Freesia Flower Tattoo Learn To Draw Gardenia Flower Tattoo Learn To Draw Hawaiian Flower Tattoo Learn To Draw Lily Flower Tattoo Learn To Draw Lotus Flower Tattoo Learn To Draw Lupine Flower Tattoo Learn To Draw Magnolias Flower Tattoo Learn To Draw Peace Flower Tattoo Learn To Draw Peony Flower Tattoo Learn To Draw Rose Flower Tattoo Learn To Draw SunFlower Tattoo
"A Basket of Flowers," which is set in Germany 100 years ago, is the tale of a godly young woman and her father who wrongly suffer great persecution, but who learn to trust the sovereign hand of God through every difficult circumstance. "A Basket of Flowers" centers on James, a godly gardener, and his young daughter, Mary. Their happy and simple life is disrupted when Mary is accused and convicted of theft. At her trial, Mary tells the truth, maintaining her innocence in spite of great pressure. Convicted as thief and accomplice, Mary and her father begin their sentence for the crime. Continuing his lessons from nature about the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, James encourages Mary through this trial and prepares her for the next, greater blow. Writer of children's stories and educator, Christoph von Schmid was a pioneer in writing books for children which taught Christian values. His first work was a bible history for children (1801). Christoph von Schmid continued with his calling as a writer of children's books throughout his long life, one of his most noted stories being Die Ostereier (Easter Eggs, 1816) due to its popularity and also that he started signing himself as "author of Easter Eggs."
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