‘Maybe God is Like That Too’ Helps Children
Learn to See God in Their Daily Lives
MINNEAPOLIS – Jennifer Grant, author of five books including Love You More and Wholehearted Living, will publish her first children’s book, Maybe God is Like That Too, in March 2017. An exploration of the Fruit of the Spirit from Galatians 5:22-23,Maybe God is Like That Too follows a child through a day in his busy city life, helping him identify love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Illustrated by Benjamin Schipper, Maybe God is Like That Too helps children find God in modern daily life, family relationships, and themselves.
“This gentle exploration of the fruit of the Spirit is inspiring and instructive. This book will delight readers young and old alike.” – Katherine Willis Pershey, author of Very Married and Any Day A Beautiful Change
“Jennifer Grant has a particular gift of writing with both gentle simplicity and rich wisdom, and I found this book refreshingly moving. My eight-year-old son did too. He’s much more drawn to good questions than pat explanations of faith, and this story speaks his language, and points to a God who is not only at work around him, but who is good to him as well. I’m grateful for it.” – Micha Boyett, author of Found: A Story of Questions, Grace, and Everyday Prayer
“I’m always looking for ways to talk with my children about who God is, and this book gives me a sweet, warm, relatable way to do it. I love how the story and illustrations show God at work all around us, in the city, in the classroom, and in our homes. I will share this book with many friends!” – Amy Julia Becker, author of Small Talk and A Good and Perfect Gift
About Sparkhouse Family
Sparkhouse Family creates Bibles, books, and videos designed to spark new life in today’s Christian families. Through creative and entertaining storytelling, Sparkhouse Family helps kids laugh and learn at the same time.
About Jennifer Grant
Jennifer Grant is a writer, editor, and speaker. A former health and family columnist for the Chicago Tribune, she is the author of five books, including the adoption memoir Love You More, the devotional Wholehearted Living, and her latest, on midlife, calledWhen Did Everybody Else Get So Old? She contributes to Aleteia/for her and several other online publications and often speaks to parenting groups including MOPS. Jennifer is part of Hope Through Healing Hands’ Faith-based Coalition for Healthy Mothers and Children Worldwide. She lives in the Chicago area with her husband, four children, and two rescue dogs. Find her online at jennifergrant.com or on Twitter @jennifercgrant.
About Benjamin Schipper
Benjamin Schipper loves to create artwork and illustrations that have sad, spooky, and poignant emotions. He likes people in general, and animals in particular. He lives in Greenville, South Carolina with his wife Karen and their little black dog Willow.
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