In this sequel to "The Little Pot", the potter forms a new vessel and names it Tea Pot. As pride and selfishness grow, Tea Pot and Little Pot discover the only way to fulfill their creator's purpose is to meet with Him each day. Children will learn about peer pressure while they discover God's forgiveness and unconditional love. Once the potter washes Tea Pot clean and prunes Little Pot's dead leaves, the pots become eager to bear fruit and serve just as their creator intended.
About the Author
An elementary teacher, school administrator, business owner, wife, mother, and grandmother, Dawn loves writing, illustrating, and designing children's books. Her work has won a Dove Award, a Mom's Choice Gold Award, and Disney's I-Parenting Award. Some books have traveled around the world with missionaries and organizations that aid children in third world countries. Her passion is to use stories and pictures to make learning fun and help everyone know the love their creator has for them.