All of Me That You Can?t See

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A child discovers how his inner self is growing in Jesus right along with the rest of him, as he lives out changes in his heart, mind, strength and soul. In the Graham Blanchard book collection, All of Me That You Can’t See is an Absorb book, which connects studies about the facts of God with a child’s inner life. Children assimilate on a personal level who God is and how they are made to be with him, trust him and love him—the life of a believer.
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Overview

A child discovers how his inner self is growing in Jesus right along with the rest of him, as he lives out changes in his heart, mind, strength and soul. In the Graham Blanchard book collection, All of Me That You Can’t See is an Absorb book, which connects studies about the facts of God with a child’s inner life. Children assimilate on a personal level who God is and how they are made to be with him, trust him and love him—the life of a believer.
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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
09/16/2013
A boy introduces the idea of spirituality in this upbeat, rhyming board book. Though his outward appearance—“two eyes, two ears,/ one mouth, one nose”—is what the boy sees in the mirror, he embraces the belief that “something else,” even more important, grows inside him. He describes his heart, mind, strength, and soul as “all these parts of me that you can’t hold or hear or touch or see,” and offers examples of how they play a part in his life. In one of several inaugural titles for young children from Grant (including Mud Puddle Hunting Day and a pair of board books in the Knowing My God series), the brief text is inspired by Mark 12:30 and serves as a jumping off point for exploration of an often difficult-to-grasp concept. Tugeau’s sunny scenes of common family and childhood activities provide a sense of realistic accessibility for readers. Ages 3–6. (Oct.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780985409043
  • Publisher: Carpenters Son Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/1/2013
  • Pages: 22
  • Sales rank: 684,008
  • Age range: 2 - 4 Years
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 6.20 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Callie Grant founded Graham Blanchard in 2011 to create children’s books for growing up in God by working with an extensive network of artists, parents, pastors, teachers, and children. The company is the culmination of her experience in the publishing industry paired with a strong calling to help families know God’s love and nurture their faith through reading together.
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  • Posted January 3, 2014

    Another great offering from Callie Grant. This is a wonderful bo

    Another great offering from Callie Grant. This is a wonderful book that explains to children that there is more to each of them than what can be seen on the outside. I so appreciated the illustrations. All too often, only girls are featured, or perhaps a certain race is featured. It's nice to see boys and girls of diverse backgrounds featured. I would still prefer having a little more meat to the Bibilical message, but that is just a personal preference. I do this is an amazing way to explain the complexities of the body and soul/spirit. This is for younger children--preferably ones not school age yet. I highly recommend a physical copy--not an ebook. 




    I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I was not financially compensated, and all opinions are 100 percent mine.

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