A Little Blue Bottle

(Author) (Illustrator)

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$19.95  $18.55
Church Publishing
Publish Date
8.1 X 10.2 X 0.4 inches | 0.8 pounds

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About the Author

JENNIFER GRANT is the author of several books for adults, including the adoption memoir, Love You More. Her work for children includes the award-winning picture book Maybe God Is Like That Too. The mother of four and a lifelong Episcopalian, she lives in the Chicago area with her husband and rescue dog, Scarlett. Connect with her online at jennifergrant.com.

GILLIAN WHITING studied Illustration at Syracuse University. Though she has been creating all art in all forms for as long as she can remember, this is her first published work. She is already looking forward to her next project, and a future filled with art and creativity. Learn more at gillianwhiting.com.


"A Little Blue Bottle is a gift to all of us who have lost people we love, a gentle and hopeful reminder that God is not only present in our sadness but actively involved. Jennifer Grant's story along with Gillian Whiting's vivid illustrations are lovely in every way. This is an important book, one that encourages us to grieve, to talk about our feelings, and to remember that we are never alone."
-Matthew Paul Turner, author of When God Made You and When God Made the World"Every one of Jennifer's beautifully crafted words are as precious as the drops of tears collected in the blue bottle. Share it with all the children you know!" -Becca Stevens, Founder and President of Thistle Farms and author of Letters from the Farm and Love Heals "A powerful, beautifully poignant story . . . a must-have for all libraries, all therapists, and all families dealing with grief, past and present." -Joy Jordan-Lake, PhD, author of the picture book A Crazy-Much Love and the bestselling novel A Tangled Mercy "Grant's impeccable storytelling and Whiting's lush illustrations make for a transformative and deeply human journey." -Roger Hutchison, Director of Christian Formation and Parish Life, Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church, Houston, Texas, and author of The Very Best Day and Jesus: God Among Us