Does God really sleep, and if so—does he dream? The little girl in the story has one thing that she wants more than anything in the world: a baby sister. That desire is shared by girls all over the world. It comes with the hope of a lifelong friend, someone to laugh with, share stories, encourage and watch as she grows. In the beginning she doesn't realize how difficult it is to get a baby sister. It's a lot harder than praying for a new bike or doll. She has lots of friends and loves school, but she feels an emptiness that can only be filled by a sister. Then one fall night as she hurries off to bed and says her prayers, she gets the answer she has been waiting for in a very unexpected way. She learns that anything worth having takes faith, patience, and a dream.
|Publisher:||Page Publishing, Inc.|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||3 MB|
|Age Range:||3 - 5 Years|
About the Author
Joyce Alexander is the owner of a successful real estate company in Colorado Springs and Denver, Colorado. Alexander spent twenty-two years in the military in various careers that include Flight Attendant, Non Commissioned Officer In Charge of Scheduling, Base Project Manager and Non Commissioned Officer In Charge of Enlistments and Deployments. After retiring in 2005, she embarked on a new career in real estate and in 2012 she established her own company. In her spare time she loves to decorate and is an avid reader. Her book The Night God Slept: Welcoming a New Baby was written for her sister, Dorothea, as a birthday present. In addition to her wonderful and supportive family there is Buddy her ten-year-old Terrier who is her constant companion.