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by Henri Sorensen,Florence Mary Fitch

  • Author: Henri Sorensen,Florence Mary Fitch
  • ISBN: 0688161286
  • ISBN13: 978-0688161286
  • ePub: 1354 kb | FB2: 1585 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Literature & Fiction
  • Publisher: HarperCollins (March 24, 1999)
  • Pages: 24
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 899
  • Format: docx lit lrf txt
A Book About God ePub download

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Henri Sorensen is a Danish illustrator and author. He is known for his children's picture book illustrations. (Almost all children wonder about God and wish they could. Almost all children wonder about God and wish they could see Him. But we don't need to see Him to know what He is like. 88161286/ref sr 1 1?keywords Florence+Mary+Fitch%2C+A+Book+about+God%2C&qid 1571141103&s books&sr 1-1.

Florence Mary Fitch, A Book about God, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard (New York, NY), 1998. Among Sorensen's collaborations are two fact books-Anne Westcott Dodge's Footprints and Shadows and Jeff Shepard's I Know a Bridge. Jonathan London, Hurricane, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard (New York, NY), 1998. Melmed, Jumbo's Lullaby, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard (New York, NY), 1999. Footprints and Shadows tells very young readers where footprints and shadows go.

A Book About God by Fitch, Florence Mary. Published by Lothrop, Lee & Shepard New York (1953).

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Florence" - superbly written, full of wit and wisdom, and a book that brilliantly makes the point that Florence is about a whole lot more than art and art history - art is a metaphor, the physical representation of ideas. 2) Eva Borsook's "Companion Guide to Florence" - one of the very best guide-books ever written about anywhere. Reflecting that, there may be more books about them than about any other family, with the possible exception of the House of Joseph of Bethlehem. Incidentally, I was once told that the Medici archives have 60,000 letters to and from Cosimo il Vecchio alone.

Almost all children wonder about God and wish they could see Him. But we don't need to see Him to know what He is like. We need only look around at all the things that are like Him: the warmth of the sun, the strength of the mountains, the nourishment of the rain, the comfort of a parent's loving embrace. Using simple concepts that are understandable to even the very young child, this nondenominational book gently introduces children to the concept of God.
Bralore
I found this book in the library and immediately loved it and ordered it both for my 2 1/2 year old son and my 1 1/2 year old nephew for his (Greek Orthodox)baptism. It is very loving and beautiful. It approaches the topic of God broadly. I really think that it can be meaningful for both religious and non-religious (but spiritual) people. It is somewhat nature centered but without being too "hippy-ish". It affirms good morals and is simple but not dumbed down. I'm so happy that I found this book!
Mejora
The power in this book lies not only in its beautiful, oversized illustrations which fill out the entirety of its pages (11.25 x 9.53), but also in its well chosen words which describe God in terms that are understandable by children. This book is worthy of highest honors for its illustrations and the author provides a text which paints pictures with words which are ample accompaniment. It is important for parents of young children to begin the discussion of God and this compelling book provides a guide to admiring the beauty of His creation in a form that can be held in one's hands. It is non-sectarian. This book deserves many more than 5 stars. It has not received the attention it deserves.
Funny duck
"Everyone wonders about God...We think about Him and wish we could see Him, but we don't need to see God to know what He is like."
Thus begins, "A Book About God," a simple and beautifully illustrated story that explains God by comparing Him to things that are like Him and His love - the sky, the air, the sun, the rain, the sea - all things beautiful. The author paints a picture of a God who is loving, protective, gentle and always present - even when He can't be seen. The illustrations are beautiful depictions of nature.
The book is non-sectarian but some readers may find the reference to God as a "he" to be problematic. However, "A Book About God" is a good beginning point for a subject that many children wonder and ask about and which is not easily explained or defined.
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