Named a "Best Spiritual Book of
2003" by Spirituality & Health magazine!
A lesson in hope and faith—and
learning that there are some things in life beyond our
control—for every child who has worried about what comes
Adam and Eve's very first day in the
Garden of Eden was perfect—safe and unshadowed by worry,
doubt, or fear. God's first two people saw morning lift
the sun high in the bright sky, and they rested in the
contented warmth of the peaceful afternoon.
Before long, Adam and Eve realized that
the sun was slipping away. First it began to sink beneath
the clouds, to fall behind the mountains, and then the sky
became dark, the air cold.
This engaging new story from award-winning
author Sandy Eisenberg Sasso explores fear and hope, faith and
gratitude in ways that will delight kids and
adults—inspiring us to bless each of God's new days and
"Gives a lesson in hope to every child."
—New Age Retailer
"A wonderful way to introduce children to greeting the dawn and the night with blessings."
—Spirituality & Health
Other books by Sandy Sasso
Joani Keller Rothenberg earned a master's degree in art therapy from Leslie
College and works extensively with children as an art
therapist. She is also the illustrator of Sasso’s Cain & Abel: Finding the Fruits of Peace.