You never know when I might play a wild card on you!
and the book:
David C. Cook (April 1, 2011)
Dan and Ali Morrow are parents of two wonderful daughters. When they’re not writing children’s books, they like to go on adventures around their Colorado home. They are the authors of That’s Where God Is (2010), their first children’s release.
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Cory Godbey illustrates, animates, and writes for Portland Studios, a creative firm dedicated to telling great stories and pursuing excellence in art.
He has contributed to projects such as Zune Arts, Flight graphic novel anthologies, and has worked with many major publishers.
Recently, Cory was accepted in the acclaimed Society of Illustrators Annual.
Cory seeks to tell stories with his work.
He also likes drawing monsters.
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Targeted to children four to eight, That’s When I Talk to God mirrors the day of the typical child, creating an opportunity for readers to put the practices in the story to use in their own lives. Through beautiful illustrations and an engaging, familiar character, readers can relate to That’s When I Talk to God. Children will learn to go to God with their fears, their joys, their questions, and their desires. They will also learn the hows, whens, and whys of praying to the Lord in a way they can easily apply to their own experiences. And adults will be reminded to communicate the benefit, simplicity, and beauty of prayer.
List Price: $12.99
Reading level: Ages 4-8
Hardcover: 36 pages
Publisher: David C. Cook (April 1, 2011)
AND NOW...THE FIRST FEW PAGES (Click on the pictures to enlarge them!):
This is a book about when you can talk to God. You can talk to Him about anything, anytime, anywhere! You can pray to Him silently, and He will still hear you! I like this book.
What Mom Liked:
I love the topic of this book. A very practical, step-by-step-through-the-day introduction to constant communion with God, it teaches the child that God is always available and wants to hear from us.
I loved all the examples of times to talk to God: after apologizing for bragging, while passing a traffic accident, when concerned that a friend doesn’t know Him… just a variety of times, places, and scenarios. I also appreciated how it ended: ways God speaks back to us.
Overall – it’s a great, non-threatening introduction to some complex theological issues, such as God’s omnipresence and His involvement in each minute aspect of our lives. A great discussion-generating book in our household.
What Mom Didn't Like: