Who Did It?

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Two widely respected authors team up to create this vivid, passionate book that is an amazing presentation of God's awesomeness in an uncomplicated, kid-friendly style.
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Overview

Two widely respected authors team up to create this vivid, passionate book that is an amazing presentation of God's awesomeness in an uncomplicated, kid-friendly style.
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Editorial Reviews

Luis Palau
Ron Mehl and Jeannie St. John Taylor have created a charming, magnificent, scripturally-based children’s book that will delight all ages.
Author's Choice Reviews - Carolyn R. Sheidies
"Compelling illustrations and text draw the reader into this powerful book based on the questions Job asked God. Very kid-friendly, this book leads into the most important truth of God as creator and sustainer who loves you and me."
T4J Library - Trisha Bleau
"This book was darling The illustrations were colorful and eye-appealing. They were ones that attract the eye and keep the reader turning page after page. And the questions are wonderful. Echoing God's questions to Job in the Old Testament this book poses the questions to the reader that show that none can create such things as God. It is a beautiful story that does a wonderful job of teaching children about how great our God is, how powerful, how amazing He is. The teacher in me also wants to point out the fact that this would make an excellent book to teach children about questions. It would be a great lesson for the home schooling parents wanting to teach their kids about punctuation and questions."
KidsBookshelf - Christina Lewis
Who can take the sun home at night? Who knows where the east wind sleeps? Who makes the hawk soar through the sky?' Can you do all that stuff? God can, and he does. Everyday God shows his power by making the sun shine, the wind blow, the waves crash and so much more. The beauty of nature and God's love is around us all the time. A wonderful story that encourages children to look at the world around them and wonder.
Who Did It? - Waller Lamplighter Reviews
Every church library and every family of preschool and elementary school age children should have a copy of this book. The response in my own library has been so great that we are thinking of adding a second copy.
Original Lamplighter Reviews - Betty Waller
"One's vocabulary of adjectives fails in describing this book. The feelings of awe it generates are beyond words. This last book written by the late Ron Mehl, gives a child a glimpse of the incredible act of creation. Proceeds from the sale of the volume will be used to support a children's library in China named in honor of this Ron Mehl. The drawings by the co-author need to be studied and reviewed over and over again. Every church library and every family of preschool and elementary school age children should have a copy of this book."
Original Lamplighter Reviews
One's vocabulary of adjectives fails in describing this book. The feelings of awe it generates are beyond words. This last book written by the late Ron Mehl, gives a child a glimpse of the incredible act of creation. Proceeds from the sale of the volume will be used to support a children's library in China named in honor of this Ron Mehl. The drawings by the co-author need to be studied and reviewed over and over again. Every church library and every family of preschool and elementary school age children should have a copy of this book.
— Betty Waller
Author's Choice Reviews
"Compelling illustrations and text draw the reader into this powerful book based on the questions Job asked God. Very kid-friendly, this book leads into the most important truth of God as creator and sustainer who loves you and me."
— Carolyn R. Sheidies
T4J Library
This book was darling The illustrations were colorful and eye-appealing. They were ones that attract the eye and keep the reader turning page after page. And the questions are wonderful. Echoing God's questions to Job in the Old Testament this book poses the questions to the reader that show that none can create such things as God. It is a beautiful story that does a wonderful job of teaching children about how great our God is, how powerful, how amazing He is. The teacher in me also wants to point out the fact that this would make an excellent book to teach children about questions. It would be a great lesson for the home schooling parents wanting to teach their kids about punctuation and questions.
— Trisha Bleau
KCFY Book Reviews
Two widely-respected authors team up to create this vivid, passionate book that will have children and their parents echoing Job's awestruck statement, "My ears had heard of You, but now my eyes have seen You." Combining vivid artwork with powerful text drawn from the questions God asked of Job, this book presents the awesomeness of God in an uncomplicated, kid-friendly style.
KidsBookshelf
Who can take the sun home at night? Who knows where the east wind sleeps? Who makes the hawk soar through the sky?' Can you do all that stuff? God can, and he does. Everyday God shows his power by making the sun shine, the wind blow, the waves crash and so much more. The beauty of nature and God's love is around us all the time. A wonderful story that encourages children to look at the world around them and wonder.
— Christina Lewis
Who Did It?
Every church library and every family of preschool and elementary school age children should have a copy of this book. The response in my own library has been so great that we are thinking of adding a second copy.
— Waller Lamplighter Reviews
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780825431685
  • Publisher: Kregel Publications
  • Publication date: 2/28/2005
  • Pages: 32
  • Age range: 5 - 9 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.26 (w) x 10.16 (h) x 0.39 (d)

Meet the Author

Ron Mehl authored the Gold Medallion winners, God Works the Night Shift and Just in Case I Can’t Be There, as well as Ten-der Commandments, Surprise Endings, and What God Whispers in the Night.

Jeannie St. John Taylor, the author of multiple books, lives with her husband of thirty years on a small working farm in the middle of Portland, Oregon. A professional artist, as well as a mother and former teacher with a master's degree, Jeannie is uniquely qualified to craft children's books. In her spare time, she works as a private investigator for her husband's financial investigation company.

Jeannie St. John Taylor, the author of many books, lives with her husband of thirty years on a small working farm in the middle of Portland, Oregon. She is a professional artist, as well as a mother and former teacher.

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