With the help of Because Nothing Looks Like God you can encourage children to develop their own personal relationship with God. Remember, whatever children say about God is true for them. There are no wrong answers.
What is God like?
Mixing sparks of curiosity and spiritual imagination, this wondrous book lights children's creativity and shows how God is with us everyday in every way.
In this, their first collaborative book, husband-and-wife team Lawrence and Karen Kushner combine their expertise to help introduce children to the possibilities of spiritual life. Real-life examples of happiness and sadness—from goodnight stories, to the hope and fear felt the first time at bat, to the closing moments of someone's life—invite parents and children to explore, together, the questions we all have about God, no matter what our age.
Three poetic spiritual stories will delight children of all ages:
"Where is God?"
"What Does God Look Like?"
"How Does God Make Things Happen"
“What a delight to have a book about
God that does not talk down to children, but lifts them up and
takes their spiritual lives seriously…. A good place for
parents and children to wander and wonder.”
Eisenberg Sasso, Rabbi,
Congregation Beth-El Zedeck;
author of God’s Paintbrush and
“Shapes great wisdom into the words
and the images where children live and wonder and learn….
The perfect guide, companion, teacher.”
Wangerin, Jr., author of The Book of God; Paul; and many other books
“Helps children explore….the
most important truths, common to all traditions,
encouraging children to be curious, confident, and
Boroson, author of Becoming Me: A Story of Creation
“Delighful and insightful….
Like adults, children have spiritual hungers. The Kushners and
Dawn Majewski provide a creative and nourishing meal for
children and adults, who hunger for the mystery of God.”
Robert F. Morneau, Auxiliary Bishop
of Green Bay
“A grand subject. Simply and
Sendak, author of Where the Wild Things Are
“Empowers children to do God’s
Dawn Majewski holds a B.F.A. in Illustration from Moore College of Art. She has been staff artist for several corporations; her illustrations and paintings appear in corporate and private collections. She lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.