59 carefully-chosen and much-loved hymns and songs for younger children.
59 tried and tested songs about topics including the world, the seasons, being a friend and caring foranimals. There are tuneful hymns and thought-provoking subjects - perfect for assemblies and Sunday schools.
Beatrice Harrop has compiled many of the best-loved A&C Black songbooks. This is one of her most enduring collections.
1. Father, we thank you for the night 2. The golden cockerel 3. Morning has broken 4. O Lord! Shout for joy! 5. Lord, I have to statmp and shout 6. I have seen the golden sunshine 7. Come, let us remember the jots of the town 8. This is a lovely worls 9. To God who makes all things lovely 10. Over the earth is a mat of green 11. The sun that shines across the sea 12. I love the sun 13. We praise you for the sun 14. Stand up, clap hands, shout thank you Lord 15. Think of a world without any flowers 16. For all the strength we have 17. Milk bottle tops and paper bags 18. Give to us eyes 19. He gave me eyes so I could see 20. Praise to God for things we see 21. Hands to work and feet to run 22. I'm glad of God 23. Kum ba yah 24. A little tiny bird 25. Can you count the stars? 26. When lamps are lighted 27. God bless the grass that grows through the crack 28. The journey of life 29. I danced in the morning 30. Now Jesus one day 31. It fell upon a summer day 32. Whos that sitting in the sycamore tree? 33. Jesus' hands were kind hands 34. When a knight won his spurs 35. When I needed a neighbour 36. Look out for lonliness 37. If I had a hammer 38. Think, think on these things 39. The ink is black, the page is white 40. O Jesus, we are well and strong 41. All things which live below the sky 42. I love God's tiny creatures 43. Little birds in winter time 44. Who built the ark? 45. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and zero 46. Twinkle, twinkle, little star 47. God who put the stars in space 48. All the flowers are waking 49. IN the early morning 50. Hurray for jesus 51. Wh have a king who rides a donkey 52. Who can see the great wind blow? 53. The flowers that grow in the garden 54. Look for signs that summer's done 55. When the corn is planted 56. The farmer comes to scatter the seed 57. See how the snowflakes are falling 58. At half past three we go home for tea 59. We're going home (Audio available)