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|Title: Good Good Father|
By: Chris Tomlin, Pat Barrett
Number of Pages: 32
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
|Publication Date: 2016|
Dimensions: 10.00 X 8.00 (inches)
Inspired by the #1 hit song "Good Good Father," as heard on Chris Tomlins new album
Youve heard a thousand stories of what the good King is like. Now discover His great love for your child!
Grammy Award-winning music artist, Chris Tomlin, and Pat Barrett (Housefires), team up to tell the story of a little bear named Tucker whose life and townspeople are forever changed when they learn just how great the Kings love is for them. When Tuckers friends need help, he goes to see the King who lives in a castle where the door is always open.
Tucker wants to take the perfect gift to the King in hopes he will be convinced to help. Along the way, Tucker encounters a variety of humorous animals filled with advice who leave him confused about what the King is like. He doubts whether the King would be willing to help. Just as Tucker is ready to give up, he meets the King who runs to him with open arms offering love, acceptance, and help.
With whimsical art created by Lorna Hussey, this precious story will leave children, young and old, reassured that God is a good, good Father, and they are loved by Him.
With 12 albums, 16 #1 radio singles, a Grammy Award, 21 Dove Awards, and two platinum and five gold albums to his credit, Chris Tomlin is among the most well-known and influential artists in music. His songs include "How Great Is Our God," "Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)," "Our God," and most recently, "Good Good Father," to name a few. It is estimated that each week 2030 million people sing one of Tomlins songs in worship. He also cowrote the bestselling childrens book, Good Good Father. More than anything, Chris loves being a husband to Lauren and a daddy to Ashlyn and Madison.
Pat Barrett is a husband, father, songwriter, and worship leader based out of Atlanta, Georgia. He is the worship pastor of Grace-Midtown Church and cowriter of the #1 song "Good Good Father." Pat also travels with Housefires, a worship expression based out of the Atlanta area.