The Undrowned Child (Undrowned Child, Book 1) by Michelle Lovric

By Michelle Lovric

Unique booklet: 2009

Teodora has constantly longed to go to Venice, and finally she has her likelihood. yet unusual and sinister issues are afoot within the appealing floating urban. Teo is readily subsumed right into a mystery international during which salty-tongued mermaids run subversive printing presses, ghosts stable and undesirable patrol the streets, statues converse, rats learn, and librarians fluidly develop into cats. And the place a publication, The Key to the key City, leads Teo directly into the center of the chance that threatens to break town to which she feels she belongs. An historical proverb turns out to unite Teo with a Venetian boy, Renzo, and with the Traitor who has again from the darkish previous to wreak revenge. . . . yet who's the Undrowned baby destined to avoid wasting Venice?

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Pentecost In the New Testament, the day that the Holy Spirit descended upon the disciples of Jesus. Pentecost is the Greek name for Shavuot, the spring harvest festival of the Israelites, which was going on when the Holy Spirit came. The disciples were together in Jerusalem after Jesus’ Resurrection and return to heaven, fearful because he had left them. On that morning, however, “there appeared unto them cloven tongues like as of fire, and it sat upon each of them. ” Peter then made a powerful speech to the crowds in the city, and many were baptized as new followers of Jesus.

Moses and his people wandered in the wilderness for forty years; then, just as they came within sight of the Promised Land, Moses died. My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me? Words beginning the Twenty-second Psalm. According to the Gospels, Jesus spoke these words during the Crucifixion, after he had suffered on the cross for three hours. Nativity The birth of Jesus, described in two of the Gospels (Matthew and Luke). When Jesus’ parents, Mary and Joseph, traveled from Nazareth to Bethlehem to be counted in a government census, they found that there was no room for them in the local inn.

The actions of Jesus at the Last Supper are the basis for the Christian sacrament of Holy Communion, or the Eucharist, in which the faithful partake of bread and wine. ✥ The Last Supper is the subject of a famous fresco by Leonardo da Vinci, which depicts Jesus Christ and his Apostles seated along one side of a long table. Lazarus (laz-uhr-uhs) A man brought back to life by Jesus after being in the tomb for four days. The incident is recorded in the Gospel of John. The raising of Lazarus is considered the crowning miracle or sign revealing Jesus as the giver of life.

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