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When God Tucks in the Day

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All sorts of wonderful things happen when God tucks in the day?the sky turns colors, the clouds take on shapes, and fireflies come out to play. This special bedtime book celebrates these events, as a mother and father bunny go to great lengths to get their youngster tucked in and ready for sleep. As parents read the story, children can turn the pages and see the sun disappear as the moon begins to shine, inviting them (and Little Bunny) to say their prayers and fall asleep. ...
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Overview

All sorts of wonderful things happen when God tucks in the day—the sky turns colors, the clouds take on shapes, and fireflies come out to play. This special bedtime book celebrates these events, as a mother and father bunny go to great lengths to get their youngster tucked in and ready for sleep. As parents read the story, children can turn the pages and see the sun disappear as the moon begins to shine, inviting them (and Little Bunny) to say their prayers and fall asleep.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780825455247
  • Publisher: Kregel Publications
  • Publication date: 5/28/2005
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 16
  • Product dimensions: 10.20 (w) x 8.80 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Allia Zobel Nolan is the author of over one hundred twenty-five books for children and adults, with more than 2.5 million copies in print. Recent titles include When God Tucks in the Day; Count Your Blessings; God's Light, Shining Bright; My Giant Fold-out Book of Bible Stories; and The Worrywart's Prayer Book, among others. A former journalist and senior editor of religious books for Reader's Digest Children's Publishing, Zobel Nolan now pens original children's and adult books for various publishers. She lives in Connecticut and Tipperary, Ireland, with her husband, Desmond Finbarr Nolan, and their three cats, Sinead, McDuff, and Angela Dah-ling.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2009

    Great gift book

    This is my new favorite book to give at baby showers. It's beautifully illustrated and so cool how the sun transitions into a moon as the pages are turned. A great sleepy time read that is not boring for the parents to read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 31, 2006

    God Is Painting The Sky

    An interesting style and shape of this book enhances the story within it. Bunnies featured in this story have all year popularity. World known illustrator Chi Chung has once again illustrated another children's book that captures the attention of the reader through both color and imagination. Represented by Wilkinson Studios, there are at least fifteen other titles that Chi Chung has illustrated. A cascade of pages partially illustrated with the sun leads into the moon becoming the primary page. Every page in this illustrated book paints the sky, as stated by mother bunny to her baby bunny. The clouds transform into shapes, including those of animals, fireflies 'light our way' and there are stars from beginning to end. A hollow tree, hills and colorful flowers, including tulips, are illustrated within the pages. To create this story, Allie Nolan has written about carrots galore, hot cabbage pie and ducks overhead. The adorable bunnies written about take center stage in this picture book.

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