When Papa finds Little Cub looking for angels, it gives him a chance to tell his beloved child about those that may be in their midst, even when they can’t be seen. Exploring their exhilarating Arctic world as they talk, Papa lovingly answers all of Little Cub’s questions about angels—and as usual, she has a lot. She wants to know what they do, how they look, how they guard God’s loved ones, and best of all, how they serve the Creator of the world.
“God really created angels to serve him more than us, Little Cub.
They love him and would do anything for him.”
This uplifting tale will encourage young hearts by exploring the glory and design of God’s messengers, while turning toward him with praise.
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Over two million copies in the series sold!
About the Author
Laura J. Bryant has illustrated numerous award-winning children’s books, including God Gave Us You, Smudge Bunny, and If You Were My Baby. She studied painting, printmaking, and sculpture at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore and lives in Asheville, North Carolina.
Read an Excerpt
"What are you doing up here, Little Cub?" Papa Bear asked.
"Lookin’ for angels," she said in a hushed voice. "The bunnies said they’re all around us."
"Ahhh," Papa said. "Did you see any?"
"Not yet. But Mama says they’re hard to find. They’re imbisible."
"Most of the time, they are invisible. But not always."
"Have you ever seen one?" Little Cub asked. "I mean, for reals?"
"I haven’t, but I agree with the bunnies. They’re often with us."
"Are some here now?" she whispered.
"Maybe," he whispered back.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
God Gave Us Angels is the latest installment in the God Gave Us series by Lisa Tawn Bergren. As with the other books in this series, Lisa uses a family of polar bears to help explain concepts to kids that are sometimes hard to understand. Paired with beautiful illustrations by Laura J. Bryant, this story answers questions such as “Will we become angels?” and “Should we pray to angels?” The author does a great job of tackling this tough subject with answers that kids can understand in a way that is fun and makes them want to read more about Papa and Little Cub. My kids have been fans of the God Gave Us books for the last few years, they’re now 7 and 9, but they still enjoy reading them…and so do I. :) Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for this review. All thoughts are my own and I was not required to write a positive review.