Monday, September 8, 2014

Children's Book Review and Giveaway: God is Always Good by Tama Fortner, Illus by Veronica Vasylenko




Continuing our Back to School coverage, I actually have a book
that would be a sweet  baby shower or Christmas present too!

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Is God here for me?

That is a question all kids ask!

god is always good cover

Synopsis:
A friend who doesn’t keep a promise. A scary storm. A soldier who goes off to war. Saying goodbye to a pet—or a loved one. Every day, children come in contact with scary or sad situations where they can feel helpless and alone. Filled with scriptures, soft illustrations, and sweet, reassuring text, this book will broadly address scary situations and remind children that God is always in control and that He will bring good out of bad things.

god is always good sample 1


Review:

This book is aimed at kids ages 4-8, who frequently have lots of fears, and whose parents are always on the look out for way to encourage them to feel safe in God's love. The adorable illustrations and accompanying bible verse, bring to life everyday situations, where God's word can be of comfort. The 

charming verses also allow for parent discussion of similar incidents and occurrences. 

god is always good sample 2

This is a lovely book to help explain, when things seem to go wrong, or something, or someone, dear is lost, how it is all in God's hands and there is a plan, we do not see.  It is a book that is great to have on hand, for when your children need the reassurance of God's love! We highly recommend it!


About the Author:
Tama Fortner is as a freelance writer who has collaborated on such bestselling titles as Jesus Calling for Kids and Grace for the Moment for Kids. She lives just outside of Nashville, Tennessee, with her husband, two kids, a dog, and a cat aptly named Trouble. 


About the Illustrator:
Veronica Vasylenko lives and illustrates in the small town of Otley in West Yorkshire, England.

Giveaway:
One of you will get to win your own copy of this adorable book!

Thanks for entering!


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9 comments:

  1. We play a game with the stuffed animals and talk to them so that they understand the idea. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  2. The one dear to their heart is a cute little dog. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. I always let them know that we are there for them but most importantly God is looking out for them as well.

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  4. My children hold onto my husband and I for comfort when needed.

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  5. My children look to family members for comfort. jj250@aol.com

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  6. We hold them, talk to them, and reassure them when they are afraid,

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  7. I still have my teddy bear I got when I was about 1 year old. He's very comforting!


    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  8. We hug, talk and pray about what is making them afraid
    marypomom (at) yahoo (dot) com
    Merry

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  9. My kids each have a favorite stuffed friend to keep with them to comfort them when they are afraid - Stitch, a yellow dinosaur and a stuffed white tiger
    marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com
    Merry

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