God Is Hope

Amy Parker (Author) Chris Saunders (Illustrator)
Pre-Order   Ships Dec 08, 2020

Description

Little ones will feel hopeful of God's eternal love and presence in this charming holiday-themed book in a board book series by bestselling author Amy Parker.

God Is Hope provides young children with the comfort of knowing God brings hope into the world, no matter the day, time, season, or year, in this charming, sweet, and heartfelt book. With warm, rhyming verse, bestselling author Amy Parker reassures young hearts by introducing them to the awesome characteristics of an Almighty God.

With a focus on spring and Easter, Parker's book offers reminders of how God's hope is infectious during this very special season. Part of a series, God Is Hope is sure to be read and cherished all year long.

Product Details

Price
$9.99  $9.19
Publisher
Running Press Kids
Publish Date
December 08, 2020
Pages
28
Language
English
Type
Board Books
EAN/UPC
9780762471164

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About the Author

Amy Parker has written more than thirty books for children, teens, and adults with more than a million copies sold, including the bestselling A Night Night Prayer, Thank You, God, for Mommy, and Thank You, God, for Daddy. She is also the author of Running Press Kids's Tiny Blessings board book series. She has collaborated with authors such as New York Times bestselling authors Stephen and Alex Kendrick as well as her own son. Two of these collaborations-Firebird and Courageous Teens-are recipients of the Christian Retailing's Best Awards. She lives in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, with her husband and sons. Chris Saunders was born in the North East UK, where he lives and works today. He studied Illustration at the University of Northampton receiving a First Class BA Honors Degree. Chris has illustrated multiple children's books to date; working with publishing houses from around the world. Chris works both digitally and traditionally, describing his work as having an emphasis on storytelling; using imagination, whimsy, detail and atmosphere combined with exaggerated physics.