What Will Heaven Be Like? A Story of Hope and Comfort for Kids by Kathleen Ruckman
  

Synopsis

What Will Heaven Be Like? A Story of Hope and Comfort for Kids by Kathleen Ruckman

Children's author and mom of four Kathleen Ruckman teams up with creative illustrator Greg Hardin, formerly of Big Idea, Inc., to tell a story that children will love and parents, grandparents, and caregivers will appreciate. Annie and her brother, Adam, love their Sunday visits to Grandpa's farm. The three often go for walks so Annie can pick great fistfuls of beautiful wildflowers and Adam can catch wiggly, slippery frogs. As much fun as it is to wander through the farmland, Annie and Adam always look forward to hearing what Grandpa has to say about...well, today it's what he has to say about heaven. When the children ask Grandpa such simple questions as, What will heaven be like? and Who will be in heaven? Grandpa takes the opportunity to share biblical truths about God's love and His kingdom.

About the Author

Kathleen Ruckman's articles have appeared in many national Christian magazines, including Focus on the Family, and her stories have been published in numerous anthologies. She's also the author of several children's books, including What Will Heaven Be Like? Kathy is a Bible study teacher in Oregon who enjoys nature walks and country drives with her husband, Tom, and being a mom to her four grown children. www.kathleenruckman.com Greg Hardin has a BFA in design/illustration from the University of Kansas and has more than ten years of professional experience working in the creative arts, including eight years with Big Idea, Inc. He has illustrated more than 30 children's books, including What Will Heaven Be Like? and has been filmed numerous times giving How to Draw lessons for children.

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Hardback
32 pages

Author

Kathleen Ruckman
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Publication date

1st January 2010

ISBN

9780736925716


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