An ordinary meal, an extraordinary Man, and a world changed forever.
Young Alex keeps hearing about a Man from the house of bread who has miraculous powers, who heals the sick and walks on water. When Alex finally witnesses the miracles and meets the Man, his life is forever changed.
The Boy from the House of Bread shares the story of Jesus's ministry in a compelling way, through the eyes and voice of an African boy. Walk with Alex as he watches Jesus multiply loaves and call Himself the life-giving Bread. This recurring symbol fascinates Alex and leaves children ages 4 to 8—and the adults who read with them—thinking differently about not only the bread on their plates but also the Man who makes miracles happen.
Andrew Wilson is the Teaching Pastor at King’s Church London and the author of Sophie and the Heidelberg Cat. He has three children called Zeke, Anna, and Sam, and he has written a number of other books—but none of them have pictures.