Item description for Tell Me About Faith (Big Topics for Little Kids) by Joel Anderson...
How do you explain faith to a little child? The Big Topics for Little Kids series uses the metaphors of a father away at war and his letters to a daughter who doesn't remember ever seeing him. With concrete examples to which children can relate, Joel Anderson breaks down this huge concept into tiny pieces that little minds can understand. Parents will appreciate this tool that will help them discuss the abstract topic of faith with their children.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.1" Width: 8.1" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Aug 31, 2005
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 1400306159 ISBN13 9781400306152
Availability 0 units.
More About Joel Anderson
Joel Anderson written and illustrated six children's books, including "Jonah's Trash...God's Treasure" and "David and the Trash Talking Giant". He is the co-founder of Anderson Thomas Design, Inc., a nationally recognized graphic design firm that specializes in children's product development. Joel is married with four children.
Joel Anderson currently resides in the state of Tennessee. Joel Anderson has an academic affiliation as follows - Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands Utrecht University, The Netherla.
Reviews - What do customers think about Tell Me About Faith (Big Topics for Little Kids)?
A wonderful way to explain the concept of faith! Feb 21, 2007
I got one of the books from this series (Tell me About Eternity) and it was so amazing, I just had to get the other 2 books.
This one (Tell Me About Faith) really does an excellent job explainging what it means to believe in Someone you can't see. The story is especially timely, since it deals with a little girl waiting for her daddy (a soldier) to come home from the war. The question and answer section in the back of the book is especially helpful to any adult who wants to have a deep discussion with a child about faith in God.