God is my defender and protector (Daniel in the lions' den).
God is the best listener (Hannah's prayer).
God wants to know me personally (Jesus and Zacchaeus).
With delightful cartoon drawings on nearly every page and a brief application after each story, this collection is perfect for young readers to enjoy on their own or with adults by their side.
|Publisher:||Harvest House Publishers|
|Product dimensions:||5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.70(d)|
|Age Range:||8 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Alisha Braatz graduated from Pepperdine University with a degree in creative writing and advertising. She is passionate about interpreting God?s message for young voices. She and her husband have two young children.
Table of Contents
1 God Is My Defender & Protector 7
Daniel and the Infamous Den of Hungry Lions
2 God Is the Best Listener 17
3 God Is Personal 23
Zacchaeus Climbs a Tree
4 God Heals 31
5 God Is Trustworthy 37
It's the Truth!
6 God Is a Warrior 47
You Call This an Army?
7 God Is Incomparable & Almighty 57
Take That, Baal!
8 God Refreshes 63
Even Victories Are Tiring
9 God Is Worthy of Awe 71
The Fiery Furnace
10 God Is Timeless, Ageless, & Eternal 81
God Loves Old People Too
11 God Is Sufficient for All Your Needs 89
The Rich Man
12 God Is Knowable 97
Let's Have a Party!
13 God Is the True Leader 103
The Battle of Jericho
14 God Is Speaking 109
15 God Is the Ultimate Judge 117
16 God Is Wisdom 123
17 God Is Unique 129
There Is Only One
18 God Is Our Provider 139
The Widow and Her Son
19 God Is Our Only Source of True Strength 145
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I love to read at night bibble storys on my nook and i loved this on
The Awesome Book about God for Kids Alisha Braatz, text ©2013 Sandy Silverthorne, Illustrations ©2013 Harvest House Publishers ISBN 978-0-7369-5159-3 (ppk) Also e-book Nineteen important attributes of God are illustrated using events in the lives of Bible characters. Each story begins with a Bible verse and ends with a personal note to readers, emphasizing the relevance of each tale. The stories will guide young people to understand and trust God’s relationship with them. Alisha Braatz’ language is fresh, in a tone that will resonate with today’s youngsters. This author adds details that make the story alive for readers and that suggest occasional humor. The whimsical drawings by Silverthorne are sometimes a bit difficult to understand, but match the tone of the book. This book can be a valuable gift to young friends and family members, to help them believe in and relate to God’s greatness and goodness.