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Number of Pages: 36
Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 9.25 X 9.25 (inches)
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If Jesus came to your house, would he be your age and height? How would you treat him? Would you give him your nicest toys and let him have the longest turn on your rocking horse?
In this simple, touching story, a young boy realizes that he can treat others according to the lessons he would learn if Jesus really did come to his house.
Joan G. Thomas was an author and illustrator of several books, including The Christmas Angel and A Stands For Angel: A Book of the Alphabet in Picture and Rhyme.
Lori McElrath-Eslick is the award-winning illustrator of such books as DA Wei's Treasure: A Chinese Tale by Margaret and Raymond Chang; Does God Know How to Tie Shoes? by Nancy White Carlstrom; and Read For Me, Mama by Vashanti Rahaman. Lori lives with her family in a small town in Michigan.
JudyCMarshfield, WIAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Simple sweetness of thought for young onesJuly 12, 2013JudyCMarshfield, WIAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5What a sweet thought for young ones--what WOULD you do if Jesus came to your house for the day? The book presents an idea of a fun day with boy Jesus, and then, more importantly, because Jesus won't be coming in exactly that way, how is Jesus with me, and what can a young one do to serve others so that Jesus himself would be pleased? A lovely book!
Sarah Rummage5 Stars Out Of 5September 6, 2010Sarah RummageI love t his little book. I had it as a child, and now today when I read it to my grandson I almost had tears in my eyes. He loved it too. I don't think its appeal will ever get old.
Roger Boudiette4 Stars Out Of 5March 28, 2009Roger BoudietteA wonderful way for kids to wonder and think about Jesus.I wonder, though, why Author and Illustrator Joan Thomas' original illustrations can't be used. Jesus has an old fashioned nightshirt type garment, but kids have good imaginations, and after all, a little mystery is OK, right? The main point is, "What would we do, if He came to my house?" Isn't it OK if His clothes look a little different?