Item description for Who Made God?: And Other Things We Wonder about by Larry Libby & Corbert Gauthier...
Overview Provides answers, based on Biblical references, to a variety of questions about God and Jesus Christ.
Publishers Description 'Remember when you were a child and the things you wondered about God? Kids are no different today. They have questions about God that seem to have no logical explanation, but best-selling author Larry Libby offers sensitive, biblically-based answers to difficult questions. Filled with warm, heartwarming illustrations that create a comforting atmosphere for talking with children about their deep questions about God, Who Made God? provides a special time of sharing with your child. Help your child discover answers about the One who loves us most of all---our Heavenly Father.'
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 11.25" Height: 8.75" Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Release Date Sep 15, 2002
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
Grade Level Multiple Grades
ISBN 0310702801 ISBN13 9780310702801 UPC 025986702809
Availability 0 units.
More About Larry Libby & Corbert Gauthier
Larry Libby is an author and editor who has written a number of books including Someday Heaven and Who Made God? He and his wife, Carol, live in Washington.
Larry Libby currently resides in Bend, in the state of Oregon.
Reviews - What do customers think about Who Made God??
Draws children into book to answer their questions Aug 18, 2003
One of my favorite pairs of writers and illustrators for Christian children's books is Larry Libby and Corbert Gauthier. Larry seems to really have a gift for how to communicate with a child. Corbert, on the other hand, has a wonderful gift for illustration using bold colors, light and shadow in a way that draws the child and the parent into the illustration. "Who Made God?" is a children's book that discusses a lot of the normal questions that kids ask (and sometimes grownups too). Questions include "If God Made Everything, Then Who Made God?", "What Does God Look Like?", "Why Did God Make People?", "How Much Does God Love Me?", "What Does God Do All Day?", and "How Can I Know for Sure that I'll Go to Heaven?". For Christian families this is a highly recommended book that should be at hand once a child gets old enough to start asking questions like this.