Jesus Lost and Found


Another Installment in Cathy Gilmore’s Tiny Virtue Heroes Storybook Series

  • Author: Cathy Gilmore
  • Illustrations: Jeanie Egolf
  • Publisher: Perpetual Light Publishing
  • Paperback: 32 pages
  • Product Code: TVHJLF
  • Size: 9.25 x 7.5 inches


Part of the Tiny Virtue Heroes Series

The Virtue Story of Kindness- Tiny Virtue Heroes: Jesus Lost and Found

First, fennel-munching Eli the caterpillar is swept away on a bumpy ride back into bustling Jerusalem in search of a lost boy. Then, he wishes he could tell the boy’s parents that he saw 12-year-old  Jesus leave the homeward-bound caravan and run back to the city! After nearly three days searching desperately with his holy companions, Eli and his kind, ever-faithful hero Joseph stumbles onto an important clue. Kindness always pays it forward!

Eli the caterpillar is the tiny virtue hero of KINDNESS. To clarify, he invites readers to admire the kind ways of his hero, Joseph.

When we ask God to guide what we think and pray, do and say, we enable holy habits like KINDNESS to grow virtue-strong in us. Joseph shows us that God places the power of heroic kindness inside each of us. Therefore, seeking Jesus and His goodness gives us virtue strength, and enables us to be Virtue Heroes!

Jesus Lost and Found is part of Cathy Gilmore’s Tiny Virtue Heroes storybook series. Gently re-framing our notions of superheroes, each story unfolds through the eyes of an animal character witnessing a major moment in Christian history. Each super sidekick is the icon of a specific virtue. Readers who get to know and love these heroes will effortlessly learn the virtues they represent. Above all, what a great way to teach our kids that heroic virtue is REAL superpower!

“Cathy Gilmore’s Virtue Heroes series is a truly valuable gift for our time, and Jeanie Egolf’s illustrations are the icing on the cake, Gorgeous!” – T. M. Gaouette, award-winning author of For Eden’s Sake.

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