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This engaging book invites children to experience God more fully in their daily lives. The children portrayed on these pages wonder such things as what God does in the mornings, where God is at nighttime, what colors God likes, and what God's love feels like. Complementing the narrative are rich, colorful oil paintings that depict children from many different cultural backgrounds asking about God and exploring his world. For ages 3 to 8.
I wanted to know all about God,
So I went looking for him in signs of His creation . . .
In simple, poetic language this engaging book explores the kinds of questions children ask about God: What does God do in the morning? Where is God at night? What colors does God like? What does God's love feel like? The warm, colorful illustrations depict children of diverse cultural backgrounds wondering about God and experiencing God in their daily lives.
Virginia Kroll was born in Buffalo, New York. She attendedthe State University of New York at Buffalo and CanisiusCollege and later became a fifth-grade teacher in theBuffalo area. She has written numerous short stories,articles, poems, and books, including I Wanted to KnowAll about God (Eerdmans, 1994) and Masai and I(Four Winds Press, 1992). Virginia is married and has sixchildren, one grandchild, and 49 pets.
Debra Reid Jenkins works as a painter and childrens book illustrator. Her books include My Freedom Trip (Boyds Mills Press), I See the Moon, and Glory (both Eerdmans). She lives in Michigan. Visit her website at www.debrareid.com