Smack Dab in the Middle of God's Love [NOOK Book]

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Willie Juan said, “Little friends, what is one thing you think Abba will ask you someday when you are in heaven?”

Willie Juan and Ana couldn’t have children of their own, but somehow, their home is always full of children and laughter and love. One day, when gathered together enjoying a beautiful evening and Ana’s most delicious sopapillas, Willie Juan asks this most curious question.

As the group discusses the question, all come to the ...

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Overview

Willie Juan said, “Little friends, what is one thing you think Abba will ask you someday when you are in heaven?”

Willie Juan and Ana couldn’t have children of their own, but somehow, their home is always full of children and laughter and love. One day, when gathered together enjoying a beautiful evening and Ana’s most delicious sopapillas, Willie Juan asks this most curious question.

As the group discusses the question, all come to the wonderful realization that Abba loves each of us, and we are all smack-dab in the middle of His love.

 “Abba loves you so much and wants you to enjoy his gifts every day. Gifts like Ana’s absolute best, most delicious sopapillas. And the hummingbirds and burros. And abuelas.”

The first of Manning’s children’s books, this tender message is right on brand for the popular speaker and author who has traveled the world sharing Abba’s incredible love for His children.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781400318483
  • Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
  • Publication date: 9/6/2011
  • Sold by: THOMAS NELSON
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 32
  • Sales rank: 918,736
  • Age range: 4 years
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

Brennan Manning is the author of ten books, including the bestsellers The Ragamuffin Gospel and Abba's Child. He leads spiritual retreats in the United States and Europe for people of all ages and backgrounds.

John Blase is a writer, editor, husband of one and father of three. He lives in Colorado, but he'll always be from the South.

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Smack-Dab in the Middle of God's Love


By Brennan Manning John Blase

Thomas Nelson

Copyright © 2011 Brennan Manning and John Blase
All right reserved.

ISBN: 978-1-4003-1848-3


Chapter One

This story begins smack-dab in the middle. Smack-dab. Isn't that a great word? Say it a couple of times. It means "precisely in the center"–like your nose is smack-dab on your face. Well, that's where this story begins ...

The man and his wife weren't old and crotchety. They weren't young and giggly either ... well ... not too giggly. They were of their years.

The man' s name was Willie Juan, and his wife' s name was Ana. They lived in a little Mexican village called Hopi. Ana and Willie Juan walked everywhere together, hand in hand. They never hurried, but strolled along at a pace that old dogs and little children seemed to like.

Willie Juan and Ana could not have children of their own. But their home was always filled with children from the neighborhood, and maybe that was the next best thing.

The children loved to visit late in the summer evenings because they knew that Ana would be humming and making sopapillas. And Ana made the absolute best, most delicious sopapillas in all of Hopi. The sugar-dusted pastries tasted like happy would taste ... if it were a taste. But what made them even better was the honey Ana would pass around as she said, "Plop a little That made everything just honey-wonderful.

The late summer air in Hopi always stirred with the wings of hummingbirds. They seemed to especially enjoy the windows of Willie Juan and Ana' s home. The children would ask Willie Juan, "Why do the hummingbirds love it here?"

Actually, the children asked Willie Juan lots of questions.

Sometimes he answered them. Sometimes he just smiled. And sometimes Willie Juan asked questions of the children.

One evening in late July, the children had eaten their fill of Ana' s sopapillas. Even Willie Juan couldn't eat another bite. The children were lounging in the backyard, stuffed with sopapillas, and feeling happy-full.

It was of that delicious evening when Willie Juan asked the children a question. He asked, "Little friends, someday, when you are in heaven, what do you think Abba will ask you?" Everyone knew Willie Juan's name for God was Abba.

Emily always liked to be first, so she quickly answered, "I think He'll ask if I helped take care of my abuela.

Ana tousled Emily's hair. "Your abuela loved to go to church on Sundays, didn't she?"

Emily could see her grandmother in her mind. She was very old and couldn't get out of her house much these days, so some Sundays Emily and her family would go and visit. They'd sing songs and eat pie. Emily's abuela always said those visits filled up her heart–just like God's love. Emily was glad Ana had mentioned her abuela.

(Continues...)



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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2011

    SMACK DAB IN THE MIDDLE OF GOD'S LOVE

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    SMACK DAB IN THE MIDDLE OF GOD'S LOVE SHARES THAT WE ARE ALWAYS LOVED BY OUR HEAVENLY FATHER AND OUR HEAVENLY FATHER KNOWS WHAT BEST FOR YOU. GOD WANTS US ALL TO ENJOY A HAPPY AND JOYFUL LIFE. I LIKE HOW THEY TALK ABOUT HEAVEN AND WHAT WILL OUR CHILDREN ASK

    WHEN THEY ARE IN HEAVEN TO. JUAN AND ANA KNEW THEY COULDN'T HAVE CHILDREN BUT THEY WERE CONTENT WITH MINISTERING TO OTHER CHILDREN AND SHARING HIS LOVE WITH THEM.. THIS BOOK TEACHES OUR CHILDREN NO MATTER WHERE GOD HAS US IN OUR WALK WE ARE ALWAYS SMACK DAB IN THE MIDDLE OF HIS LOVE:)

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  • Posted October 4, 2011

    All about God's love

    This book is all about letting kids know how very much they are loved by God. Smack-Dab in the Middle of God's Love is a story about a middle aged couple who has children into their home and who tells the kids about how much God loves them though stories, their actions, and telling them about Jesus. It is a fun little story that kids are sure to love.

    Throughout the book, the phrase "smack-dab" is repeated in different ways, which I found a little awkward and annoying, but I imagine it is fun for kids. It does drive home the point that you are right in the middle of God's love...he couldn't possibly love you more than he already does!

    I received this book from Thomas Nelson's Booksneeze book review program and am under no obligation to give a positive review.

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  • Posted September 24, 2011

    Smack Dab in the middle of God's Love

    This 23 page book is a great book for kids and everyone. It tells the story of Willie Juan and his wife Ana. A middle age couple in Hopi, Mexico. The don't have kids of their own but are blessed with a lot of neighborhood kids who like to visit and hang out with them.

    One night while enjoying Ana's sopapillas ( a pastry that tasted like "happy" would taste like, if it can be tasted). Willie Juan asked the kids: Little friends, someday when you are in heaven. What do you think Abba (God) will ask you?

    As they answered and discussed their answers, they learned about God's love for everybody. That all of us are right in the middle of God's love.

    I got this book free from Booksneeze in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Posted September 18, 2011

    An engaging story--perfect for families

    Smack-Dab in the Middle of God's Love by Brennan Manning and John Blase, illustrated by Nicole Tadgell, is a wonderful children's book, filled with the inspiring message of the inclusive power of God's love. Directed at the 3- to 10-year-old reader, Smack-Dab is an enjoyable story about Willie Juan and his wife Ana and their positive influence and caring presence. Although Willie Juan and his wife Ana have no children of their own, they nonetheless are able to contribute to the lives of the neighbourhood children. With their kindness and generosity, they model the very love they describe to the children.
    The book's message was presented in a concise and descriptive manner: God's love is inclusive. The illustrations are colorful and evocative, warm and inviting. The authors presented a wonderful spiritual message about the depth and breadth of God's love, how it includes all, welcomes all, surrounds all. We are all a part of God's love--Smack-Dab in the middle, actually--and our lives become examples to others; we become living gospels that others, children especially, can learn from. I would strongly recommend this book to both older and younger children and their families; it is an interesting, engaging story for children and their caregivers.


    Disclosure Note: Thomas Nelson has been gracious enough to give me a complimentary copy of this book for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

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  • Posted September 10, 2011

    Charming Book with a Profound Message

    Smack-Dab in the Middle of God's Love is a story about a middle-age couple, Willie Juan and Ana, who could not have children of their own. Instead, God blessed them with a home that is always full of neighborhood children. One late summer evening, after feasting on Ana's sopapillas, (which "tasted like happy would taste"), Willie Juan asks, "Little friends, what is one thing you think Abba will ask you someday when you are in heaven?"

    The group ponders the question, and answers with everything from whether they took care of the people or things in their life, to wondering how God can love us all as much as He does. In the end, they all come to understand how much God loves each of us, and that we are all smack-dab in the middle of His love.

    Overall, I would say this is a five star book. The illustrations are beautiful, the story is wonderfully written, and the message is profound. Even in the smaller format on my iPad, my 4-year-old was scanning the illustrations that draw you into the story. Couple that with the tone of the writer's voice, which makes you feel as if you have known Willie Juan and Ana all your life. Finally, there is the message, which you could neatly sum up as the importance of love. However, it isn't as simple as God love us. In the unfolding of this charming story, you experience God's love, His expression of love, Ana and Willie Juan's love for each other, and for the children. The more I read it, the more I love it.

    I would recommend this book for children ages 4+. Though the story was longer than the typical book my daughter reads, she did sit still for it. I imagine this was due in part to the illustrations.

    I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze®.com book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255

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  • Posted September 7, 2011

    Smack Dab in the Middle of God's Love"

    "Smack Dab in the Middle of God's Love" is a new book by Brennan Manning and John Blase, published by Thomas Nelson publishers. It tells the story of a couple in the small Mexican village of Hopi. While Willie Juan and Ana couldn't have children of their own, their home is always full of neighborhood children with lots of laughter and love. The book tells of what happened one day while they were all enjoying a beautiful evening and Ana's most delicious sopapillas and Willie Juan asked a curious question.
    "Little friends, someday, when you are in heaven, what do you think Abba (God) will ask you?"
    As they talk about question and each of their answers, they learn how much God loves each of us and that we are all smack-dab in the middle of His love.

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  • Posted August 23, 2011

    Smack-Dab.. precisely in the center

    Smack-Dab in the middle, right where we need to be, in the center of God's love! Smack-Dab means "precisely in the center", what a fun word and concept to illustrate in a children's book. A story of Wille Juan and his wife Ana in a Mexican Village called Hopi, surrounded by children eager to spend time with the couple and learn from them. Unable to have children of their own, yet surrounded by the neighboring kids who come around to eat Ana's famous sopapillas. While visiting and eating Wille Juan asks the children questions to get them thinking about God and heaven. The children share stories of the things they have done for God and how they will recall those to Abba when they get to heaven. How big is God's love that each child is recognized and encouraged and loved from smack-dab in the middle of God's heart.

    Delightful children's story about God's great love for each of us. Beautifully illustrated and detailed. Love the array of children from all walks of life, drawn to Ana and Wille Juan's home by the love of God they show to the children. Smack Dab in the middle is sure fun to say, and a great way for kids to remember how God loves them.
    I received a copy of this book from Book Sneeze in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Posted August 23, 2011

    Smack Dab in the Middle of God's Love

    Smack-Dab in the Middle of God's Love is a wonderful, heartwarming and inspiring story that carries the message of unconditional love. It's easy to understand, and the story is not complex. Any young mind can easily grasps the moral of this story.

    It's a good story to read to your young children at bedtime, and would definitely make a good gift on birthdays or Christmas.

    I also would highly recommend this book to be used in classroom or children book clubs. I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars. I received this book from Thomas Nelson Publisher and I was not required to write a positive review for this book.

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  • Posted August 23, 2011

    Great story for all ages!

    Brennan Manning and John Blase have created an adorable children's story in Smack-dab in the Middle of God's Love. Set in the village of Hopi with the childless couple Willie Juan and Ana, the story talks about Abba, Willie Juan's name for God and the love he has for all. The illustrations are well done and the children's questions and concerns hit home for little ones learning about God. It got a big thumb's up from my toddler!

    Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze®.com

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  • Posted August 23, 2011

    Good illustration book for preschoolers

    Smack Dab in the Middle of God's Love by Brennan Manning and John Blasé is a lovely children book about a couple Willie and Ana Juan living in the village of Hopi. They do not have any children of their own but the children in the village love visiting them for the homemade sopapillas made by Ana and learned about God's love. This story is more appropriate for the preschoolers.

    In general, the message I get from this book is mainly focus on the unconditional love of God. The phrase "Smack Dab" draws good attention for the kids to find out not only the meaning of the phrase, but throughout the entire story. The illustrations are colorful and attractive to both adults and children. The author presents a very strong loving and mercy side of the characteristics of God, for which is easier to introduce to the preschoolers. This book is good for bed time stories and Sunday school's reading materials. I would recommend this book to others. One interesting note is the author includes several Spanish terms which might bring some inconvenience to readers who have no Spanish background. Since my kids also watched Dora and Diego on TV and they were able to understand the content in this book!

    Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze®.com book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255 : "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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  • Posted August 23, 2011

    Highly Recommend

    Smack-Dab in the Middle of God's Love by Brennan Manning and John Blasé is a wonderful children's book. The illustration by Nicole Tadgell is beautiful. As soon as I opened the book and saw the pretty hummingbirds I new I would like this book, and I did. The catchier phrase "smack-dab" is one to grab children's attention. I have three grandchildren and can't wait to read it to them. I can just hear them repeating the phrase over and over. The story takes place in a little Mexican village. It tells you about a couple, Juan and Ana who have no children of their own but their home was always filed with neighborhood children. I like how the children in the book are from all nationalities. Ana makes sopapillas for the children and you can almost taste them as you read. Juan and Ana talk to the children about "Abba" in heaven and ask them questions. Like what he will ask them when they get to heaven. The children's responses are dead on. It opens the children up for them to explain God's love to them and just how much of it he has for all of them. This book is very good at explaining the love of Christ to children. It would be a nice addition to any home or library.

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  • Posted August 22, 2011

    Enjoyed, but wouldn't rave over

    "Smack-Dab in the Middle of God's Love" by Brennan Manning and John Blase is a very colorful, well illustrated book for preschool or early school aged children. The story centers around the generousity of two neighbors as they host the children of the neighborhood and teach them about how HUGE God's love is.

    This book held the attention of my five year old daughter and reinforced a message she loves hearing: God is BIG and loves her so very, very much. She loved looking at all the different colors on the page, seeing all the pictures of all sorts of children, and even the cultural references helped her to see that even children who don't look just like her love the Lord.

    While this isn't a book I would necessarily rush out to buy for all of our friends, it is a book I enjoyed reading with my child and a book I have no doubt we'll read again from our bookshelf.

    Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze®.com book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255 "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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  • Posted August 16, 2011

    great gift book

    Book sneeze review for "Smack dab in the Middle of God's Love"
    Smack dab in the Middle of God's Love by Brennan Manning and John Blase, received for review from Boooksneeze.

    This is a wonderfully brightly illustrated children's book with a wonderfully simple, and loving message. The book reads almost like a collection of short stories of experiences that the characters have. The whole story ties together with the message that no matter what you do you can always find yourself smack dab in the middle of God's love. The story is set in Mexico and gives the reader A small glimpse of what it is like being a child in Mexico. The story also tells of how the elderly couple love the village children and how Ana treats them to a sweet snack of sopapillas with honey (which is smack dab in the middle).

    This is the first book that I ordered as an ebook. The experience of reading it on iPad was wonderful however I found that it would be a book that would be better to be owned in print so that it could more easily be shared and read among friends and family. The illustrations showed up beautifully and reading through it made me hungry for the taste of sopapillas. This book with its cultural focus on Mexico is a great way of showing that everyone can find themselves s,ack dab in the middle of God's Love no matter where you live.

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  • Posted August 16, 2011

    Great analogy, story could be better

    Willie Juan and Ana are loved by all the children in the little Mexican village of Hopi. The children love to hang out with them and enjoy the delicious sopapillas Ana makes. Ana encourages the children to put a little honey "smack-dab in the middle" of the sopapillas to make them taste even better. As the story goes on, Willie Juan compares God's love for the children to the sopapillas that completely cover the honey. He tells the children that no matter where they are or what they do, they are always "smack-dab in the middle of God's love."

    This book has great illustrations and the analogy is great, but I think it might be hard to understand for those unfamiliar with sopapillas. I loved the thought of being smack-dab in the middle of God's love and had never thought about a sopapilla that way before. It would have been nice to see a better illustration of a sopapilla and possibly a recipe. :)

    Disclaimer: A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review by Thomas Nelson Publishers. All thoughts are my own and I was not required to post a positive review.

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  • Posted August 16, 2011

    Misses the mark

    Misses the mark. 

    Smack-Dab in the Middle of God's Love is a simple little book geared toward younger children.
    Not too complicated for little ones to understand.  
    Not too long for their attention span.
    Repetitive text captures their attention and involves them in the story as they begin to recognize the bold-font phrase "smack-dab in the middle". 
    Unfortunately, Smack-Dab in the Middle of God's Love misses the mark. Thouh it does a good job reminding little ones of God's perfect, unconditional, never-ending love for them, a greater opportunity is missed.

    As Willie Juan asks the children the question: "Little friends, someday, when you are in heaven, what do you think Abba will ask you?", we hear their various answers reflecting fears, dreams and concerns common among us all.  However, the discussion centers only around earthly matters while completely avioding the only question that will truly matter for all eternity - whether you know His Son Jesus or not.
    So where does Jesus fit into this story?
    How can we talk of God's love apart from His saving grace through the ultimate sacrifice of His only Son, Jesus?  

    As we already battle against a  me-centered world, this book seems to put us (people) as the center of God's attention - "smack-dab in the middle".  Here is a wonderfully written little book, but missed a great opportunity to teach children that cultivating a relationship with God's Son, Jesus Christ, is the only way to find true happiness  "smack-dab in the middle" of God's love.

    Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze®.com book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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  • Posted August 14, 2011

    Decent! But probably for older kids

    Smack-Dab in the Middle of God's Love is a little children's book about God's love for us. Probably written for kids a little older than the 3-4 year old age range, it is definitely characteristic of Brennan Manning's writing- focused on love and written with detailed imagery (which, as a sidenote, is what probably makes it a little harder for preschoolers to listen to). I love that God's love was communicated to the children by a man who wasn't their father- weaving in the theme of "God's adoption of sons/daughters."

    Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze®.com book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255 "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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  • Posted August 12, 2011

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    A delightful dip in the honey of God's love

    Typical of Manning's style of writing on Abba's love, this first of his children books, is a delightful story outlining the fact that God, as our Heavenly Abba, wants us to enjoy his blessings more than anything we have done for Him. His love is pure, simple and fatherly.

    Nonetheless, I find this Manning's book does not really flesh out concrete enough. The core message was not really put forth clearly. Probably a little conclusion section at the end to encapsulate the core message would help.

    Other than that, this book is beautifully illustrated, and simple enough for children to understand.

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  • Posted August 11, 2011

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    Loved It!

    Yay! I finally am reviewing a children's book!!!! I have waited for awhile for something on D's level that I can read with him and talk about! We just finished the book and D enjoyed it, he say quiet the whole time and listened to the story of Willie Juan and Ana sharing Abba's (Willie Juan's name for God) love for them. I love how the author used the phrase "Smack dab in the middle" to say that is where God holds you in his heart! That is after all the best place to be. The pictures were great, they weren't overly done or look like cheap pictures. I would suggest everyone read this book to their children or buy as a gift for parents to read to their children. I received this book for free from BookSneeze for my honest opinion, I was not required to give a positive review

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    Posted September 26, 2011

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