God Made the Sun by Mary Manz Simon

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Simon keeps the religious content of the book light, instead focusing on the joyful activities—jumping rope, swimming, picnicking, etc.—that fill the boy’s day.
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An engaging die-cut board book that introduces little ones to the concept of sunlight and daytime

God Made the Sun is a celebration of God's gift of daytime to the world. Beginning with the first rays of sunlight and moving through the day, this book reminds little ones that God's love shines on us just as the sun shines on the earth. With its lyrical rhythm, sweet illustrations, and novelty die-cut feature, the book will serve as a welcome reminder of God's presence in our lives.

 

About Mary Manz Simon

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Dr. Mary Manz Simon is a children’s market specialist, consultant, speaker, and award-winning children’s book author with more than three million books sold. Among her books are My Easter Basket, an ECPA Silver Medallion winner, and the Hear Me Read series, an ECPA platinum award winner.
 
Published September 6, 2016 by WorthyKids/Ideals. 20 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Sep 25 2016

Simon keeps the religious content of the book light, instead focusing on the joyful activities—jumping rope, swimming, picnicking, etc.—that fill the boy’s day.

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