Where does God live? How can we "see" God? Using simple, everyday examples that children can relate to, this colorful book helps young readers develop a direct and personal understanding of God.
Written and illustrated by August Gold and Matthew J. Perlman
10 x 8½, 32 pp | Full-color photo illus. | 978-1-893361-39-3
“God's all there is and all that you see!”
“But I still don't see God so how can it be?”
Where does God live? How can we “see” God? Using simple, everyday examples that children can relate to, this colorful book helps young readers develop a direct and personal understanding of God.
Where Does God Live? playfully guides children down their own path of spiritual discovery ... and reminds us all that this world is full of wonder.
“Heartfelt and right at a child’s level of understanding.... A sweet, safe place to start a conversation about God.”
—American Library Association’s Booklist
“[A] delightful and wonder-filled tribute to seeing with the heart that God lives in and all around us.”
—Spirituality & Health
“Explains and celebrates God’s presence in everything and everything’s presence in God. Children will love it, but adults will love it just as much..”
—Mitch Finley, author of The Joy of Being Catholic and Prayer for People Who Think Too Much
“Through gentle verse and wondrous photographs, Where Does God Live? invites you to take a journey with your children to discover the God in all of us and our world."
—Rabbi Sandy Eisenberg Sasso, author of God’s Paintbrush and In God’s Name
“Brimming with love on every page, Where Does God Live? sparkles with a profound message told in an endearing style...”
—Connie Bowen, author of I Believe in Me
“Using everyday situations in a child’s world, Where Does God Live? incorporates charming verse and real-life photos to answer this question in a delightful way!.”
—Debbie Trafton O’Neal, author of Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep
“How lovely to have this book for young children that uses images and words they know well to convey the intimacy, immediacy, and availability of the experience of God..”
—Sylvia Boorstein, author of That’s Funny, You Don’t Look Buddhist