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Everything a Child Should Know About God
Everything a Child Should Know About God

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Ages: 3-6
Grade Levels: Preschool-Kindergarten

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Product Code: 261-390

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Everything a Child Should Know about God
This is the perfect introduction to systematic theology for your little ones. Everything a Child Should Know about God is the ideal supplement to your child’s Bible story book and answers the questions little ones have: Does God have a mom and dad? Where did Jesus live before He came to Earth? Does God have a body? Why do we want Jesus to come back? The language is simple, the illustrations are delightful, and every 2-page chapter – bite-sized text on the left-hand side, illustration on the right – not only introduces an important facet of basic doctrine but also follows it up with a reinforcing comprehension or application question. If your family is new to devotions, it doesn’t get any easier than this. 188 pages, for ages 3 to 5.

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Authors: Kenneth Taylor
Illustrator: Jenny Brake
Publisher: 10Publishing; Hardcover edition (November 2, 2014)
ISBN: 9781909611627
Pages: 196 pages
Faith-Based: Yes

Awards and Endorsements:
    “Everything a Child Should Know about God is pre-school dynamite! Kenneth Taylor explains our incomprehensible God in ways even a four-year-old can understand. Get a copy for your family and introduce your young children to our amazing God and the life transforming, powerful, message of the gospel.”
    — Marty Machowski

    “As a pastor I’m always on the lookout for material that helps to teach, grow and strengthen the church family. Everything a Child Should Know about God is such a resource. Truth clearly taught, simply applied and beautifully illustrated. I have begun to read it with my grandchildren and they love it and are learning.”
    — Alistair Begg, Senior Pastor, Parkside Church, Cleveland, OH

    “It is never too early to begin training our children to know the Lord and his Word. There are few resources that are better suited for young children than Everything a Child Should Know about God. It presents the deepest truths in the simplest ways, and encourages both knowledge and trust. I highly recommend it.”
    — Tim Challies, Associate Pastor, Grace Fellowship Church, Toronto, ON; blogger, challies.com

    “This is an amazing book! It is beautifully produced, and packed full of wonderful rich truths, distilled into bite-size morsels. It is as good an overview of God’s truths for children as we could hope for. An essential book for all children, and sure to be a blessing to those who read it to them! I am sure it will quickly become a classic.”
    — Sam Allberry

    “I often reflect that the most important thing about you is what you believe about God because it will inform the way you live and determine your ultimate destiny. This little book is a polychrome primer that will be sure to inform and expand the hearts of little souls. Jenny Brake is to be congratulated for her “magical” illustrations. I love what she did. The binding and the cover and the red marker suggest that this is a fine book -- which it, indeed, is. Excellent in every way!”
    — R. Kent Hughes, Professor of Practical Theology, Westminster Theological Seminary; Senior Pastor Emeritus, College Church, Wheaton, IL

    “What I really like about this book is that it takes the big categories children need to know about God, and breaks them down into simple, easy language. The author clearly knows children and how to communicate with them, and has also put a lot of thought into faithfully communicating biblical truth. It hits all the highlights: Who God is, Creation, the Fall, Salvation in Christ, the Church. And it has lots of fun illustrations (which are also ethnically diverse).”
    — Jamie Duguid

    “This is super for preschoolers and also very young children who might have limited attention spans. Just once short page has fantastic illustrations, a simple truth about God, and encouragement to take the discussion further and personalize it if you want. As a Grandma and a Children's Ministry Worker, I see many applications for this book. Keep reading to your kids!”
    — Christina Turner

    “This is perhaps the best children’s book I’ve seen. Perfectly pitched and gorgeously presented, it makes getting into essential truths so easy. Next to a children’s Bible, this is a real must for all parents with little ones.”
    — Michael Reeves, Director of Union and Senior Lecturer, Wales Evangelical School of Theology

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creative, fun, and fascinating to the young mind June 7, 2016
Reviewer: Howard from Shelton, WA United States  
easy simple sentences answer child-like questions about God in a fun and enjoyable way.
there are darling illustrations accompanying each point, and explanation. however, what i enjoy the most is asking the questions at the end and having my son be excited to answer!
i absolutely would recommend this product; expecially for inquisitive young children.
this book is worth every penny to have watch my son be excited to be informed, at his comprehension level, about God.

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Very informative for 2 & 3 year olds! September 30, 2015
Reviewer: KP  
I bought this book for my almost 3 year old son, and we are enjoying reading it together. The book simply and concisely answers many of the questions young children have about God, including "where is God now?" "is there more than one God?" and "what is God like?" to name a few. Each page focuses on one point, giving a brief explanation and the adjacent page shows a simple picture which corresponds to the explanation. What I really like are the comprehension questions at the bottom of the pages. After each explanation, there is a simple question to check that the listener is understanding what's been read. For those who would like to know, there are pictures of Jesus and angels in this book. We personally prefer books that do not show Jesus' face, but I still feel like the information presented makes this book a good purchase.

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