Does God Know How to Tie Shoes?
Written by Nancy White Carlstrom
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Does God Know How to Tie Shoes? by Nancy White CarlstromKatrina wants to know ore about God: Mama, what does God wear? Does God like to paint? Does God ever cry, Papa? Her parents' responses, based on the Psalms, help Katrina to know God in ways that are very real to her.Poetic text and bright impressionistic illustrations combine beautifully to make this a gentle and affirming picture book that will encourage a child's exploration of God. Ideal for reading aloud.
Carlstrom understands children's minds and her answers both comfort and stretch those minds. Children's Bookwatch
Deftly juxtaposes an adult metaphysical sensibility against a child's hands-on approach to spirituality.
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Nancy White Carlstrom
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William B Eerdmans Publishing Co
1st March 2010
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