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Overview

Emma — the little artist with a big dream from Karen Kiefer's bestselling Drawing God — is back, a few years older, and looking for God in a whole new way.

When Emma returns home from spending school vacation on Nana's farm — a place where Nana says she “grows God” — Emma is inspired to try to grow God, too. Emma knows that she must be patient and believe, but she soon realizes that planting seeds and growing God is hard work! Join Emma as she cares for God's creation, and finds out how a seed of opportunity can grow into something amazing.

Learn more about Growing God and find free resources at growinggodbook.com.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781640609082
Publisher: Paraclete Press
Publication date: 03/26/2024
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 11.00(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)
Age Range: 5 - 9 Years

About the Author

Karen Kiefer is the Director of the Church in the 21st Century Center at Boston College and managing editor of C21 Resources magazine. A catechist for over two decades, Kiefer also served as an adjunct faculty member in the Communication department at Boston College. Kiefer cofounded the grassroots, award winning, bread-giving organization Spread the Bread, winner of the “National Make a Difference Day Award.” A decade later, she published the children’s Christmas storybook The Misfit Sock and launched a companion educational initiative—Misfit University—and the national anti-bullying movement, The Million Misfit Sock March. Kiefer’s programs have been adopted by the Girl Scouts nationally and she has been featured in the Boston Globe, the Boston HeraldUSA Today and People magazine. She has sold 10,000 copies of The Misfit Sock through grassroots marketing and promotion. Kiefer lives in Wayland, Massachusetts with her husband, Sam, and four daughters.


Illustrator Kathy De Wit creates and teaches art in Belgium, where she lives with her husband and her two daughters.
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