The Everywhere God (Book Review)

The_Everywhere_God_CoverI have found that sometimes the best way to reach my children’s hearts is through a good book.  When I’m struggling to find the right words to say something important, I often find that someone else has already said it for me.  I’m thankful for books like The Everywhere God by Bob Nelson (edited by his daughter Cricket Nelson Hater), that share God’s Truth in a way my children easily understand.

The Everywhere God was written by a grandfather wanting to offer comfort to his granddaughter during a hard time in her life.  Through simple rhymes, Nelson offers the solid reassurance that no matter what circumstances we find ourselves in, God is always there, and He’s always loving us.

Young children will enjoy this 32-page book with Robin Tillman’s fun and colorful illustrations.  While addressing a serious topic, Nelson keeps things light by imagining silly situations where one would deeply appreciate God’s continued presence.  I think it’s a great book to read aloud to children in need of something solid to hold onto when their world feels uncertain.

The Everywhere God children's book
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