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Firebird is a bright orange baby oriole who just loves the sunshine, but whenever a storm blows in, he frets and asks Mama why God allows the rain to take the sun away. Only when Firebird is old enough, does he venture up through the thunder and lightning to see what's on the other side. With a rough flight that makes him want to give up, Firebird rises above the storm to discover the sun shining where it has always been---and learns that God never lets the storm take the sun away. With this truth, Firebird basks in the sunshine, but also learns to rejoice in the rain.
Number of Pages: 32
Vendor: B&H Kids
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 8.00 X 8.00 X .38 (inches)|
Firebird is a bright orange baby Oriole who just loves the sunshine. But whenever a storm blows in, he frets and asks Mama why God allows the rain to take the sun away. When Firebird is finally old enough, his mother gently instructs him to fly up through the thunder and lightning to see whats on the other side. Its a rough flight and just when hes about to give up, Firebird rises above the storm to discover the sun shining where it always had been.
Firebird is a childrens book that parallels the life of Samantha Crawford, a storybook artist in the inspirational film Unconditional, who lost sight of Gods love and discovered it again.
Amy Parker has written more than twenty books for children, teens, and adults including My Christmas List, the best-selling A Night Night Prayer, and two Christian Retailings Best award winners. Amy and her husband have two children.
Rob Corley achieved his life-long goal of becoming a Disney animator in 1990 after completing his illustration studies. Over his years at Disney, Rob had a hand in creating such Disney characters as the Rescuers Down Under, Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, and Brother Bear. Corley is the owner of Funnypages Productions in Franklin, TN.
Chuck Vollmer began working as a Disney background artist in May of 1991, and had a hand in creating Disney classics including Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, and Lilo and Stich. Chuck works as lead staff artist at Funnypages Productions in Franklin, TN.