"I think this book is perfect for girl children as a means to put their spirituality in context. It really does something negative to one growing up and hardly seeing any representation of divinity in female form or terms. I'm happy to recommend this to all my nieces. Thank you Trista for following me on Twitter or I may not have come across this gem!" Lala said.
"Love this book! It's beautiful! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! (More words required for Amazon but not for me)" Lorin Darst said.
"A lovely, thoughtful book that gently deconstructs the concept of a male God and rebuilds a sacred feminine Divinity that is accessible to all humanity. Much like "God In Between," this book is written to introduce a concept of divine deity that transcends gender, sex, or religion; and is just as relevant for adults as for children." twinmom said.
"The images in this book alone are awe-inspiring. But the gentle story of learning to recognize and honor the feminine, imminent aspect of the Divine is a refreshing take for children's spiritual literature." D Gifford said.
"Growing up Christian I always questioned where girls fit in. I wish I had a book like this to validate my confusion and fears. No adults could answer why females were left out or who God was. I could relate to the girl in the story." Angie said.
"All women should read this book series. They came to me during a spiritually difficult time in my life, and have been so uplifting." Angelemie said.
"Wonderful book. All girls and women should read it. Very short, beautiful pictures. Will stay with a long time." Janelle said.
"Beautiful illustrations and a very important message for little girls. Often we have such a limited and unimaginative view of God and this is a loving and inclusive book." Amazon Customer said.