Sacred songs of Christmas : a family treasury
|Format:||Print Book 2005|
|Availability:||Available at 3 Libraries 3 of 3 copies|
What do traffic jams, stock market crashes, and wars have in common? They are all explained using complexity, an unsolved puzzle that many researchers believe is the key to predicting - and ultimately solving--everything from terrorist attacks and pandemic viruses right down to rush hour traffic congestion.Complexity is considered by many to be the single most important scientific development since general relativity and it promises to make sense of no less than the very heart of the Universe. Using it, scientists can find order emerging from seemingly random interactions of all kinds, from something as simple as flipping coins through to more challenging problems such as the patterns in modern jazz, the growth of cancer tumours, and predicting shopping habits.
ContentsThe angel Gabriel
Angels we have heard on high
Welcome to earth, o noble guest
O little town of Bethlehem
Oh, come, little children
Oh, come, all ye faithful
He whom shepherds once came praising
Away in a manger
In a little stable
Infant holy, infant lowly
Now sing we, now rejoice
Silent night, holy night
Once in Royal David's city
Little children, can you tell?
Joy to the world
As with gladness men of old
What child is this?
Songs of thankfulness and praise.
-- Juvenile literature.
Christmas music -- Texts.
Christmas -- Juvenile literature.
|Publisher|| Saint Louis, MO :Concordia Pub. House,2005
Proffitt, Paine, illustrator.
Wong, Nicole (Nicole E.), illustrator.
59 pages : color illustrations, music ; 30 cm + 1 audio disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)