ABC God Loves Me
Meet the alphabet as you've never met it before! Bright watercolor letters painted with patterns of polka-dots, stars, and gingham checks combine with bunnies, bears, and other beloved animal characters from The Land of Milk and Honey™ in this charming board book for young children.
As children and their read-aloud guides turn the pages from A to Z, they'll delight in lively rhyme that celebrates life as a little one—make-believe, dressing up, wagon rides, and hopscotch. And they'll be reassured that God and loved ones are always there looking out for them as they embark on adventures big and small that are the hallmarks of childhood.
With clear yet detailed artwork, this sturdy toddler-sized book is perfect for a rollicking round of "I Spy," a gentle introduction to the land of letters, or as a beloved bedtime read-aloud. A perfect companion book to the also-new 1-2-3 God Made Me.
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
5Pages / Publication Date: 20070601
About The Author: The cheerful and friendly artwork of The Land of Milk & HoneyTM is featured in the gift book Wondrous Rhymes and Prayers Times and on children’s clothing, greeting cards, toys, and collectible gifts.
The cheerful and friendly artwork of The Land of Milk & HoneyTM is featured in the gift book Wondrous Rhymes and Prayers Times and on children’s clothing, greeting cards, toys, and collectible gifts.
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