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Number of Pages: 32
Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 9.00 X 9.00 (inches)
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When a young boy asks his mother where God lives, she tells him "in your heart." This inspires a slew of curious questions: Is he invisible? Is he like a superhero? Can he fly? How can he be everywhere all at once? In this heartwarming conversation between mother and son, all the ways in which God exists are discussed and the possibilities are endless. Through bright, dreamy illustrations, How Big Is God captures the immensity and wonder of looking at God—and the world—through a young child's eyes.
Lisa Tawn Bergren is the author of the children's books God Gave us You and its sequel God Gave us Two, as well as several adult novels. She lives in Colorado Springs, CO with her children and husband.
Laura J. Bryant has provided artwork for numerous children's books, including Where Fish Go In Winter and Other Great Mysteries, and ALA Top Ten Pick for Early Readers, as well as two previous books with author Lisa Bergren, God Gave us You and God Gave us Two. She attended the Maryland Institute of Art in Baltimore, and now lives in West Virginia with her husband.
Sarah Chapa5 Stars Out Of 5July 9, 2010Sarah ChapaI love how this book says that God is like sand - small enough to get into your shoes but big enough to fill the beaches at the same time! very good book. my 3 yr old likes it very much.
Christine M. Irvin5 Stars Out Of 5January 20, 2009Christine M. IrvinWhen a young boy wants to know where God lives, his mother replies, Why, he lives in your heart!The child thinks for a moment before saying, If God is in my heart, he must be very, very tiny.Mom responds, Its amazing, isnt it? He can be inside, beside us, and all around at the same time.This begins a delightful conversation between the two in How Big Is God?, written by Lisa Tawn Bergren and illustrated by Laura J. Bryant. Throughout the book, the naturally curious child asks all kinds of questions about God, such as: Is he with my friends? Is he invisible? Can he fly? Of course its difficult to describe God or to define Him, but this response from the mother says it best: Think of him like sand, small enough to make its way into your sock. Or big enough to make a whole dune. A whole desert!The story is illustrated with colorful, whimsical watercolors; these, coupled with the bright, fast-paced text, make this a very child-friendly book.The author tackles a difficult subject with illustrations and examples a child can understand.Christian Children's Book Review
Scott Shofner5 Stars Out Of 5October 21, 2008Scott ShofnerI liked the book and my 9 yr old read it easily in one night.