Jenny Meldrum - A Little Moment of Promises for Children - Hodder & Stoughton

A Little Moment of Promises for Children

By Jenny Meldrum

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  • £8.99

'You have nothing to fear, have courage! I am with you and we will go together.'

Even at such a young age, children are faced with times when they are upset or disappointed. And so helping them have hope in humanity and in the world around them is as valuable as it is necessary.

This uplifting and beautifully illustrated book helps children think about the big themes of hope and reassurance. Each illustration is placed alongside an inspirational thought which allows room for reflection and encouragement for children.

Designed to enjoy through individual reading or with an older family member, this series allow parents and grandparents to read alongside their young ones and share together in the experience of slowing-down, valuing stillness and thoughtfulness, and spending time in the company of family members and God.

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  • ISBN: 9781473691759
  • Publication date: 04 Oct 2018
  • Page count: 64
  • Imprint: Hodder & Stoughton
These beautifully illustrated books by Jenny Meldrum are designed to be read with children at bedtime or throughout the day. — Woman Alive
These beautifully illustrated books help young children to enjoy the experience of slowing down, valuing stillness and spending time in the company of family members and God. Each illustration is placed alongside an inspirational thought which allows room for reflection and encouragement. Jenny Meldrum has always encouraged her children to explore the truths and wonders of God for themselves. She believes in a loving and deeply relational God, and this is a great inspiration behind the Little Moments series. — Families First
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