I Wanted to Know All About God by Virginia Kroll
  

Synopsis

I Wanted to Know All About God by Virginia Kroll

I wanted to know all about God, So I went looking for him in signs of His creation . . . In simple, poetic language this engaging book explores the kinds of questions children ask about God: What does God do in the morning? Where is God at night? What colors does God like? What does God's love feel like? The warm, colorful illustrations depict children of diverse cultural backgrounds wondering about God and experiencing God in their daily lives.

Reviews

AWARDS and RECOGNITIONSElementary School Library Collection, Selected Junior Library Guild, Selected (1998)Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA), Popular Paperbacks War list (2002)California Collections, Middle School Collection, 2000 (2003)California Collections, High School Collection (2005)Booklist, Top Ten Religion Books for Youth Children's Book Council, Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People Booklist Beautifully illustrated. Church and Synagogue Libraries

A kindly, all-embracing, nonsectarian view of a deity whose likes include children of different colors, as shown in Jenkin's lush, sun-dappled paintings of glowing kids enjoying a snowy day, admiring a spider's web, or wrapped in Grandma's embrace. An attractive discussion opener.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
14 pages

Author

Virginia Kroll
More books by Virginia Kroll

Publisher

William B Eerdmans Publishing Co

Publication date

1st October 2010

ISBN

9780802853806


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