Snowy (Hardcover)Angus Buchan
Farmer Angus and Snowy share about farm life and living for Jesus.
Saddle up for a fun-filled ride around the farm with Farmer Angus and his horse Snowy. Snowy loves Jesus and listening to Farmer Angus praying and reading his Bible every day. The two of them are best buddies and enjoy working together on the farm.
Snowy shares farm stories that kids can relate to and learn lessons from, such as the time Snowy decided to be friendly to Big Stuff, a very grumpy and angry horse. Or the time Snowy was scared to cross a river and Farmer Angus helped him to overcome his fear. Each story is accompanied by a Scripture verse and prayer. Kids will love the fun farm activities for every story, which include mazes, puzzles and spot the difference.
Also available in Afrikaans as Snowy
About the author
Angus Buchan felt God’s calling on his life to spread the gospel, and in 1980 started Shalom Ministries in South Africa. He spends much of his time writing, recording TV messages, and traveling around the world preaching. He is a full-time evangelist and sought-after speaker. Angus lives with his wife, Jill, on Shalom farm in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands.
CategoryKids 5-8 years
Size229 x 229 mm
Number of Pages48 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
I am an Appaloosa horse. My mom and dad were born in the
United States of America. We belong to the Red Indian tribe
known as Nez Perce, who looked after all my great-greatgrandparents.
The Red Indians rode us bareback. We were
taught to listen very carefully while they
hunted with their bows and arrows.
The famous cowboy Buffalo Bill rode on an Appaloosa horse.
He would just whistle for his horse and he would come.
We have been bred to be intelligent and strong.
My mother was born in the United States of America and was then sold.
I was brought in my mother's tummy halfway across the world to
South Africa where I was born and grew up.
One day two men came to visit the farm on which I was living.
One was a man with a cowboy hat and the other was his father.
They came to look at me because they wanted to buy me.
The two men took me to their farm called Shalom, which means peace.
The man was Farmer Angus Buchan and I loved my new home and owner