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Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 8.00 X 8.00 (inches)|
In her newest children's story, beloved author Allia Zobel Nolan treats her young audience to an unforgettable look at how God created the world. Imagine that day when God smiled and His love and light filled the Earth! Set to rhyme and accompanied by Linda Clearwater's colorful and engaging illustrations, this story inspires 3- to 6-year-olds to imagine how fun it would be to dance through fields of brand new red poppies, spy on freshly created pink flamingos, and climb up just-made mountain peaks.
Best of all, children come to understand that God is the source of all life and that His Son, Jesus, came to live in their hearts and light up their lives.
Allia Zobel Nolan is an internationally published, award-winning author of more than 170 childrens and adult trade titles with close to three million books in print. Her books reflect her passions, God, cats, and writing for children, and include such titles as Cat Confessions and The Ten Commandments for Little Ones. She lives in Connecticut with her husband and their two cats, Nolan Nolan and Sineady Cat the Fraidy Cat.
Linda Clearwater is a children’s book illustrator with numerous credits including Moses’ Memory Book, Daniel’s Diary, and Noah’s Notebook. She graduated from Moore College of Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and has designed newspapers, periodicals, and stationery, and directed fashion photo shoots on her way to fulfilling her dream of becoming a book illustrator. Linda lives in Connecticut and is the mother of two daughters.
"Allia Zobel Nolan is one of favorite authors, and her books never disappoint! The rhythm of the words is perfect for reading aloud. Her word choices are clever and make me smile."
Deena Peterson, deenasbooks.blogspot.com
"With its beautiful, vibrant illustrations, this book is bound to interest both children and the adults who read to them, and then build trust into their spiritual lives."
Judith Vander Wege
"Nolan employs a beautiful blend of poetic artistry and Biblical authenticity to simply show how God extends that love in sending another light, His Son Jesus, to save the children of the world. When God Turned On the Light is a book many children's authors may wish they had written, and one which many children will desire to read."
L. Jerome Jones, Fruit Of Righteousness Abounding Grace And Truth Ministry Inc.
"When God Turned on the Light is a heart-warming and bright presentation of Creation as well as an exemplary introduction to Jesus God's Son, the Light of the World. Effortlessly, Allia Zobel Nolan incorporates alliteration with words a child, ages three to six years old, can visualize."
Carol Castagna, JoyPsalms.com
"Linda Clearwater's artwork almost literally glows! Paired with Allia Zobel Nolan's brief, poetic text, When God Turned On the Light will surely captivate both children and adults."
none5 Stars Out Of 5When God Turned On the Light by Allia Zobel NolanMarch 26, 2015noneQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I am honored to have been asked to review a children's book, When God Turned On the Light by Allia Zobel Nolan!! Thought I'd share it with you.
The new children's book about Creation, When God Turned on the Light is a heart-warming and
bright presentation of Creation as well as an exemplary introduction to Jesus -God's Son, the
Light of the World. The author, Allia Zobel, Nolan uses poetry on each page to pique a child's
curiosity, thus begging excitement to see what lies ahead.
Mrs. Nolan enlists Linda Clearwater to blend in the vibrant color-splashes of illustrations. She
personifies, i.e., "mountains tipped their caps to the light" and "the cotton cloud kissed thier peaks,"
both realistic and familiar pictures a child can absorb. Effortlessly, she incorporates alliteration
with words a child, ages three to six years old, can visualize. The author culminates by highlighting
the Light of the World, Jesus, making it clear that God is Creator, in language a child can
understand. When God Turned On the Light! every child's treasure!
Reviewed by Carol Castagna
One of the Administrators of Christian Poets and Writers, Facebook Page
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