Item description for What Happens When We Die (Childrens Bible Basics) by Carolyn Nystrom...
Overview The thought of dying can make any child sad and scared. Will it hurt? Does God want me to die? Where is heaven? Will Mom and Dad be there? How do I get there if I'm buried in the ground? In this simple yet profound book your children will see for themselves the reasons people die...and what God has in store for them in heaven.
Publishers Description The thought of dying can make any child sad and scared. Will it hurt? Does God want me to die? Where is heaven? Will Mom and Dad be there? How do I get there if I'm buried in the ground? In this simple yet profound book, your children will see for themselves the reasons people die...and what God has in store for them in heaven.
Awards and Recognitions What Happens When We Die (Childrens Bible Basics) by Carolyn Nystrom has received the following awards and recognitions -
Gold Medallion Book Awards - 1982 Winner - Children's category
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Studio: Moody Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.6" Width: 7.2" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.49 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2000
Publisher Moody Publishing
Grade Level Multiple Grades
Series Childrens Bible Basics
ISBN 0802478557 ISBN13 9780802478559
Availability 0 units.
More About Carolyn Nystrom
CAROLYN NYSTROM received her BA and MA from Wheaton College and is the author of more than 80 books, about half of which are written for children. She co-authored Guard Us, Guide Us: Divine Leading in Life's Decisions and Praying: Finding Our Way through Duty to Delight with theologian J.I. Packer, and Before I Was Born (Gods Design for Sex) with Sandra Speidel. Carolyn lives in the Chicago area with her husband and they have four grown children.
Carolyn Nystrom currently resides in St. Charles, in the state of Illinois.
Carolyn Nystrom has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about What Happens When We Die (Childrens Bible Basics)?
Tough subject, lots of content Jan 10, 2007
I never even used this book because Water Bugs and Dragonflies was such a great one. This book is better for the elementary-aged child and above. Don't be shy about skipping a page if you feel it's too much information for your child.
Peaceful Advice May 1, 2005
I thought this was a good book for children to help them better understand the cycle of life and the process of life and death. It is written from the Christian view point and offers a clear understanding to the many questions children often ask about this difficult subject. It also gives the reader both simple and peaceful advice to help children better understand the teachings of the Bible.
Do yourself a favor and disregard reviewer WES. This guy is a devout atheist who in his own sick hypocritical way is no different then a religious nut job trying to convert the world over. The only difference between WES and them is that WES, in his own pathetic little way, is trying his very best to convert everyone over to his thumb sucking "atheist club". For someone who is so steadfast in knocking down a belief in God he sure spends a lot of time reading various Christen writings and writing reviews about it (see his other reviews). Why waste your time reading and writing about something that doesn't exist? Instead of reading about how a Christen views life WES, perhaps you should get one. Anyone truly secure in their own beliefs isn't compelled to continually belittle another's beliefs. Maybe you should try a few good books dealing with paranoia, and how it relates with your obvious sexual insecurities and inadequacies based on some of your other reviews.
Explains life after death from a christian worldview. Jul 1, 1998
This is an excellent resource for individuals looking to explain to youngsters about death, and life after death, from a Christian and biblical perspective. It helps to provide easy to understand answers of hard questions that children (and adults) may wonder about. We have a close friend of the family dying of cancer and this book has been invaluable in making the process of explaining to my children the concepts of death, burial, resurrection of the soul, and heaven much easier. The illustrations are very effective.