一只鸟眼里的复活节 (A Bird’s Eye View of Easter) ~
The Easter Story retold for children, in Chinese ⇔
(Note: Many people have asked for a Chinese version of this story, so here it is. Feel free to copy and print this on A4 paper. I’m sorry if there are Chinese mistakes–I can’t really read Chinese! Several Chinese friends collaborated on the translation.)
©Michael Krigline (March 2003), wp.krigline.com (for illustrations, see English version) ⇔
Note: This was created to read to children at an expatriates’ meeting in China, Easter 2003. The events are all in the Bible—only the bird is fictitious! I got the idea for this story many years ago but never got around to writing it out. I understand that others have written similar stories—I haven’t read them, but I apologize if any of the ideas sound similar. Scripture verses were taken from my memory, sometimes adapted for children, instead of from a particular translation. I’ve chosen to keep most pronouns in lower case letters, even when they refer to God (I don’t think a bird would know any different!).
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