Item description for My Little Book About God (Little Golden Treasures) by Jane Werner Watson & Eloise Wilkin...
Overview Describes how nature and everyday life reveal the greatness, goodness, and love of God
Publishers Description A gentle introduction to the concept of God and the wonders of creation that is ideally suited to young readers.
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Studio: Golden Inspirational
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.42" Width: 4.78" Height: 0.59" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Binding Board Books
Release Date Apr 19, 2001
Publisher Golden Inspirational
Grade Level Pre School
Series Little Golden Storybook
ISBN 0307203123 ISBN13 9780307203120
Availability 41 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 24, 2017 04:24.
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More About Jane Werner Watson & Eloise Wilkin
Deceased. JANE WERNER WATSON was a longtime editor of Little Golden Books, Big Golden Books, and many other associated formats. She also wrote a dazzling variety of Golden titles, from the bestselling My Little Golden Book About God to an adaptation of The Iliad and the Odyssey, along with dozens of favorite Disney titles. For decades the Caldecott medalists ALICE and MARTIN PROVENSEN illustrated a wide variety of Golden Books including The Color Kittens; The Iliad and the Odyssey; The Golden Book of Fun and Nonsense; The Golden Treasury of Myths and Legends; and Tales from the Ballet. Martin Provensen passed away in 1987.
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Reviews - What do customers think about My Little Book About God (Little Golden Treasures)?
Sweet book Jul 17, 2006
This book is a sweet story and a good introduction to God's creations. The wording is a little antiquated but my daughter enjoys the sentiment and the pictures.
It's Little, It's a Book, and It's About God. Sep 18, 2001
Truth in advertising, what more could you ask for? My Little Book About God is indeed little, and avoids taking any particular dogmatic approach. God is not described as an old man in the sky, nor are any particular religions held to be true to the detriment of others. Simply put, God is presented as great and loving, no more. Comparisons between the child's world and God's make these points explicit. Jesus, Muhammad, Buddha, Zoraster, Joseph Smith and the like never make so much as a cameo, and on this basis perhaps some will find the book too bland. But after all, it isn't My Little Book About How My Religion Is Right and Yours Isn't And You Are Going To Burn For All Eternity Because You Are An Infidel. Certainly devout atheists will find the book objectionable, but there is even room for secular humanists (God might literally be Love, and not a separate, intelligent presence at all) in in this approach. Hopefully most will find it a message of tolerance and love from which their children will benefit--two qualities that are far too rare in today's troubled times.
This Bombed With My Boys Jun 11, 2001
The text is lovely but needs to be abridged for the attention span of the average preschooler. It starts out fine: "GOD IS GREAT." But when the text waxes poetically about light and stars and ancient mountain tops on the following pages, they lost both my boys. Usually my youngest will at least look at the pictures, but he found the baby doll-faced children, some of them with no pupils to their eyes (at least that is what I think he found scary about their eyes,) off-putting. Perhaps this is better for an older audience (mine were three and five, at the time) -- the message is certainly timeless.
KEEP THIS ONE FOREVER Feb 22, 2001
This was one of my favorite books as a child so naturally I wanted my daughter to have a copy. To my delight, it has a few new illustrations now [black children are included.]
The wording of MY LITTLE GOLDEN BOOK ABOUT GOD can be at times too lengthy for a preschooler but it adds to the appeal later in life. My two-year old daughter has never complained though, she is mesmerized by the pictures just as I was at her age! Children love to listen to any story with illustrations this magnificient. Way to go Eloise Wilkin! I finally get to thank you after 30 years!
I highly recommend this book because I remember it fondly and vividly from childhood. I had countless books growing up but this is one of only a handful that I remember and that is also etched into my heart forever. Let's keep the little child in our hearts; this is a great book to help us achieve this feat!
But Jesus said, "LET THE LITTLE CHILDREN COME TO ME, AND DO NOT FORBID THEM; FOR OF SUCH IS THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN." Matthew 19:14 THE HOLY BIBLE
Not a terrible book, but we have read better Jan 15, 2001
"My Little Golden Book About God" was a little above my preschooler's head. Many pages were written in words my child could understand (i.e "God Is Great" and "God gives us everything we need"). The vast majority of the book, though, is written in such a way that I had a difficult time reading it to my daughter in a way she could comprehend. Long (almost run-on) sentences frequented the writing style of the author. I, as an adult, enjoyed this book, but would not recommend it for a child younger than about 8. Search a little more. There are some wonderful "Books about God" out there for young children.