At Jerusalem's Gate: Poems of Easter
a glimpse of him
whose touch unlocks
a blind man's sight,
a deaf man's hearing.
A man in the crowd at Jerusalem vies to see Jesus; a disciple recounts details of the Last Supper; Pilate's wife fears her husband's decision. Beginning with Christ's triumphant arrival in Jerusalem, Nikki Grimes explores the first Easter through the voices of those who witnessed it.
The author's introductions provide a thoughtful framework, and David Frampton's beautifully intricate and expressive woodcuts illuminate each poem. At Jerusalem's Gate offers readers of all ages insight into the most important moments in Christian history.
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