He's Got the Whole World in His Hands
Tiger Tales (Author) Hanh Dung Ho (Illustrator)
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DescriptionA new adaptation of the traditional song celebrates the wonder and diversity of God's world and all His people. A magical new adaptation of the traditional song is now available in a beautiful board book. The illustrations celebrate the wonder and diversity of God's world and all His people.
February 04, 2020
6.1 X 9.1 X 0.8 inches | 0.95 pounds
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About the Author
Edited by Tiger Tales. Tiger Tales publishes imaginative picture, board, novelty, chapter, and nonfiction books for children of all ages. Whether the story is funny, whimsical, informative, or teaches a gentle lesson, Tiger Tales books are designed to entertain, educate, and engage young readers. Hanh Dung Ho studied Graphic Design in college. For a few years, she worked on brand design, mobile app and game design until she realized that it wasn't for her! She found a lot of amazing artists on the internet that inspired her to practice drawing and is now able to combine her passion and her career. She enjoys drawing all things cute and whimsical and her favorite subjects are kids, women, and the natural world around us. She's still learning and changing every day and the thing she loves most about her job is that no two days are ever the same.
The pages of this board book offer colorful interpretations of each verse of the traditional song. The pictures feature diverse groups of family and friends engaged in child-friendly activities such as camping, picnicking, and celebrating a birthday together. The rhyming text, which will be familiar to many caregivers raised in the United States, can be either sung or read: For those unfamiliar with the song, the words are rhythmic enough to be interesting to read even without a tune. With the possible exception of a final cityscape, landscapes are mostly European or North American, though one double-page spread celebrating nature includes a mishmash of tropical, savanna, and temperate woodland flora and fauna. The lyrics are italicized and featured prominently but are also strategically placed so as not to interfere with the illustrations. Starting from the first page, the human characters in the pictures representing the lyrics are diverse in terms of skin color, age, ability, religion, gender, and body type. The artist uses a vibrant but not overwhelming palette and soft brush strokes to infuse each illustration with a soothing, playful feeling and to fill the characters with movement, expression, and joy. The level of detail in each illustration allows adults and kids alike the opportunity to discover something new every time they look at it. This sweet, gentle interpretation of an African American spiritual features a notably diverse cast. (Board book. 2-6)