This book assures children of God’s love through all their experiences—including during hard times such as being afraid of the dark or being bullied—and gives assurance that the parent was there when they were first born and will be with them even in heaven.
From New York Times bestselling author Max Lucado comes Just in Case You Ever Wonder, the classic children’s book that has made its way into hearts and story times around the world. This award-winning book about the love between a parent and child
has sold 1.7 million copies, touching lives for more than 25 years;
now includes new, breathtaking art from Eve Tharlet;
is perfect for children ages 3–7; and
reminds children of Jesus’ unconditional love.
Whether you have treasured this classic book for years or are reading it for the first time with your little ones, this timeless reminder of the love between a parent and a child—and ultimately, between God the Father and us—will come to hold a special place in your heart and home. Children long to hear they’re special and loved. Just in Case You Ever Wonder assures them that as they grow and change, in both good and bad times, you—and their heavenly Father—will always be on their side . . . just in case they ever wonder.
What an adorable little gem this book is! Perfect for a bedtime story or any other cuddle time, this is a remarkable little picture book for parents and littles to enjoy together. The illustrations are delightful and message feels like a warm embrace. I love how the beginning focuses on telling kids that they are intimate creations by God in love to be special and unique. I also appreciate how the story is not exclusive to children through birth but also through adoption (as long as they entered the home as babies). It has a strong comforting message for kids that leads to looking forward to heaven. It touches on topics like being afraid of the dark and bullying and encourages kids to share their fears and hurts with their parents. I absolutely adored this story and highly recommend it.
*I received a copy of this book through FrontGate Media. Thoughts and opinions expressed are mine alone.