God Is Always Good: Comfort for Kids Facing Grief, Fear, or Change Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-10 
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Book Introduction:

A remarkable tool for parents to use for everything from the death of a goldfish to a national tragedy.

A friend who doesn’t keep a promise. A scary storm. A soldier who goes off to war. Saying goodbye to a pet―or a loved one. Every day, children come in contact with scary or sad situations where they can feel helpless and alone. Filled with scriptures, soft illustrations, and sweet, reassuring text, this book will broadly address scary situations and remind children that God is always in control and that He will bring good out of bad things.

God Is Always Good features sweet illustrations filled with animal characters who show how God never leaves His children alone, and we can see Him through the helping hands of others, a hug, a warm blanket, or even a smile. Each spread features a scripture, giving children biblical assurance that God keeps His promises.

Christian parents will love having a biblically based resource, backed up by Scripture, to bring comfort to children during difficult times.

Features & Benefits:

Kids have lots of fears, and this book helps them feel safeComforts kids by addressing needs and fears with Scripture and a soothing messageSoft illustrations and sweet text make this message inviting for young childrenPadded Hardcover

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