Taste and See the Goodness of the Lord by Therese Johnson Borchard


Taste and See the Goodness of the Lord by Therese Johnson Borchard

How can any of us, but especially children, know God? Using the phrase from the Psalm as a jumping-off point -- Taste and see the goodness of the Lord -- this color-drenched book answers the question with a celebration of the senses. In poetic language, the author summons up richly evocative scenes that children are experiencing for the first time and that adults will recall with great pleasure -- cotton candy from a carnival, crickets at night, brownies fresh from the oven, the tickle of snowflakes on eyelashes. For each of the five senses, there are several scenes illustrated with lush images that immediately summon up the sensation.

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Therese Johnson Borchard
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1st January 2000



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