This item is a preorder. Your payment method will be charged immediately, and the product is expected to ship on or around June 8, 2021. This date is subject to change due to shipping delays beyond our control.
Remind little ones that God will always be there to love, support, and comfort them—no matter the situation—with this uplifting, reassuring board book.
This powerful little book is filled to the brim with hope and comfort. Simple, child-friendly verse outlines relatable moments of crisis, uncertainty, and fear common to a child's life, and asks who helps us in each of those scenarios. "God, that's who" is the reliable answer, forming a pattern kids will quickly pick up on. Each answer reinforces the book's deeply comforting message: God is always there for us. He loves us, He knows us, and He cares about our needs.
As they listen to the book and look at the reassuring illustrations, little ones will learn that they can lean on God when they are upset or frightened, or anytime at all.
Janna Matthies is a picture-book author, music teacher, pastor’s wife, and mother of three. Her newest title, Here We Come!, is forthcoming from Beach Lane Books/S&S. Janna’s other picture books include Two is Enough (Running Press Kids), which made the 2016 Bank Street list and The New York Times Book Review; and The Goodbye Cancer Garden (Albert Whitman), which earned a School Library Journal starred review and Best Foreign Language Children’s Book at the Sharjah International Book Fair. When she’s not writing or making music, Janna can be found digging in the garden, swimming laps, or keeping up with her family in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Airin O’Callaghan was born in Boston, but her family moved to Barcelona only 6 months later, to be where her parents were from. Since then, she has lived in the Netherlands, attending the University of Amsterdam, and then San Francisco, where she earned her MFA in illustration. Her inspiration comes from her early childhood in Spain, where she spent a lot of time surrounded by family and playing in nature. Her family is very warm and expressive, and her grandmother taught her to pay a specific kind of attention to detail. Airin lives in Berkeley, California.