Wildlife Storytellers: Stories of hope in the language they know

 
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Wildlife Storytellers

 

Wildlife Storytellers - different soft, furry animals - share Bible stories with children and adults around the world in their own native tongue.

These stuffed tigers, elephants, bears and other animals are equipped with a special pocket designed to hold a portable audio player device that is solar-rechargeable with pre-recorded Bible stories and teachings that overcome literacy barriers in third world countries. Wildlife storytellers can be fitted with Biblical audio content available in over 5,000 languages and dialects.
 
When you place these animals in the hands of children and adults, it is a tactile reminder of God's love. Wildlife storytellers were strategically developed to make a long-lasting impact on children around the world. From children of crisis to those who have never even heard of Jesus, Wildlife storytellers make an eternal difference.
 
For questions, a brochure, or to get more information, please visit http://megavoice.com/wildlife.html.

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