A concept board book that teaches children about colors as they discover the joys of God's perfectly painted world
In this energetic board book, author Gary Bower takes children on a tour of God's colorful creation. Each spread groups objects by color, such as yellow dandelions, a shining sun, and chirping finches; and brown squirrels, trees, and crunchy nuts. Color-soaked illustrations and bubbly, playful text will make the book a read-aloud favorite. Parents will love this educational board book that teaches little ones about colors and the God who created them. Ages 2-5.
Cassandra's Review- Perfect for little ones, the books are so bright in color and fun to look at. They will keep your tiny ones interest as well as bring a message of love and God for all to enjoy.
God Loves the World
A heartwarming board book about God's love for his diverse world
This touching board book teaches little ones that God's children are very diverse, and very, very loved. Regardless of age, occupation, race, health, wealth, or location -- God cares for and loves each of his wonderfully unique children. Gary Bower's cheerful verse tackles a potentially challenging topic with ease. Parents and little ones will love the book's lush illustrations and inclusive message: God loves all so very much! Ages 2-5.
Gary Bower fell in love with picture books at an early age, while sitting in his mother’s lap. As a youngster he entertained himself for hours by writing his own stories, jokes, poems, and skits. As an adult, his years of professional and volunteer experience ministering to children and teens, combined with thousands of story nights with his twelve children, have helped him polish his storytelling skills.
Tracy Cottingham is happiest when creating pictures and patterns. After finishing her art degree, she began to sell her art for greeting cards and textiles, but creating illustrations for books is her ultimate joy. She can usually be found working at her desk, sipping coffee, and chewing on gummy candy. Tracy lives and works in London.