I Imagine... A Child's Book of Prayers by Rachel Rivett


I Imagine... A Child's Book of Prayers by Rachel Rivett

Childhood is full of emotions. This beautiful picture book explores the connections with nature a child might find in times of emotional need: O Lord, if things are hard, I imagine I'm a river and you help me flow quick and clean around the rocks that block my path. O Lord, if I'm full of joy, I imagine I'm a robin singing sweet songs for everyone to hear. Combining an original prayer - a child's conversation with God - with fresh and engaging artwork, this picture prayer book will encourage children to reflect quietly upon themselves and our world, inspiring wonder and excitement for what lies at the heart of them both.


The light, soothing atmosphere created by the well-matched prayers and illustrations is deceptively simple, effectively conveying powerful images and a strong sense of comfort. --Kirkus Reviews

About the Author

Mique Moriuchi is an award-winning illustrator with international appeal, working for companies in Korea, New Zealand, the US and the UK. She has won the White Raven Award 2009 and her work was selected for the Illustration Exhibition at the 2009 Bologna Children's Book Fair. She has a Masters in Sequential Design and Illustration and uses acrylic paint and collage in her pictures.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 5


Rachel Rivett
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Publication date

20th May 2011



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