Sue Sanders’s Newly Released “Tell Me The Story About.... The Hebrew Boys” Is a Compelling Account that Tells a Story of How God Protects Those Who Believe in Him

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“Tell Me The Story About.... The Hebrew Boys” from Christian Faith Publishing author Sue Sanders is a fascinating tome that explains to readers why idolatry is a sin and an offense to God.

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“Tell Me The Story About.... The Hebrew Boys”: a masterful handbook that reminds the readers of the second commandment of God, which is to not idolize or thou shall not have another God beside Him. “Tell Me The Story About.... The Hebrew Boys” is the creation of published author Sue Sanders, a retired Special Education Teachers who enjoys family time by spending it doing activities like board games, cards, bowling, mini-golf, and eating out.

Sanders writes, “Tell Me The Story About....The Hebrew Boys is one of several stories, original songs, intended to teach my children about the events in the Bible. Written in a rhythm, children can easily pick up and remember, the story comes alive with the illustrations. It shows how God is faithful and will take care of us at all times.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Sue Sanders’s new book is a resounding reminder to the readers about the law of God, as it also shows how people are saved through following His commandment.

With this purpose, Sanders aims to teach children that they should only believe in God and not to idolize other than Him.

View a synopsis of “Tell Me the Story About.... The Hebrew Boys” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Tell Me the Story About.... The Hebrew Boys” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Tell Me the Story About.... The Hebrew Boys,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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