Firebird Board book
Helping preschoolers find God in times of loss
by Amy Parker; Brent McCorkle;
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
Explain the story of God's love through the 'Disney-style' Firebird book based on the bestselling DVD Unconditional
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Firebird is a bright orange baby oriole who just loves the sunshine. But whenever a storm blows in, he frets and asks Mama why God allows the rain to take the sun away. When Firebird is finally old enough, his mother gently instructs him to fly up through the thunder and lightning to see whats on the other side.
Its a rough flight, and just when hes about to give up, Firebird rises above the storm to discover the sun shining where it always had been. God never lets the storm take the sun away. With that truth in his heart, Firebird continues to bask in the sunshine, but just as important, he learns to rejoice in the rain.
6.00 x 6.00 x 0.60 inches
24 Page Board Book
Amy Parker has written more than twenty books for children, teens, and adults including the best-selling A Night Night Prayer and three Mums Choice Awards. Amy and her husband have two children.
Firebird is a childrens book in board book format that parallels the life of Samantha Crawford, a storybook artist in the inspiring film Unconditional who has lost sight of Gods love.
Firebird by Amy Parker; Brent McCorkle was published by Broadman and Holman in October 2013 and is our 5095th best seller. The ISBN for Firebird is 9781433681714.
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Details for Firebird
|Author / Artist||Amy Parker; Brent McCorkle|
|Book Format||Board book|
|Publisher||Broadman and Holman (October 2013)|
|Recommended for Ages||up to 4 years|
|Number of Pages||24|
|Page last updated||19th July 2017|