The Boy and the Ocean Hardback
Powerful Childrens Story, Illustrating Creations Ability To Reflect Our Loving Creator
by Max Lucado, T. Lively Fluharty;
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Powerful children's story by Max Lucado, illustrating creation's ability to reflect our loving Creator
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The Boy and the Ocean
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“God’s love is like the ocean, my little boy,” she said. “It’s always here. It’s always deep. It never ends. God’s love is special.”
Just how wide, how deep, and how big is the love of God… really?
See for yourself in this heart-warming story about a boy, his parents, and the wonder of creation. From the vast reaches of the ocean to the towering heights of the mountains, Max Lucado takes us on a journey of discovery and thanksgiving as he shows us how creation expresses the unmatched love of the Creator.
Beautifully illustrated by award-winning and accomplished painter and illustrator, T. Lively Fluharty, this charming tale spells out God’s Love in a poetic language young children will understand and enjoy. Max has done it again, creating an instant classic that will still on the family bookcase for generations of children to enjoy.
The Boy and the Ocean by Max Lucado, T. Lively Fluharty was published by Crossway in March 2013 and is our 11189th best seller. The ISBN for The Boy and the Ocean is 9781433539312.
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Filled with beautiful illustrations and easy-to-understand language, this charming tale teaches children about the God whose love never ends, and will undoubtedly remain a favourite among families for years to come.
Details for The Boy and the Ocean
|Page last updated||18th December 2015|
|Author / Artist||Max Lucado, T. Lively Fluharty|
|Publisher||Crossway (March 2013)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 4 years up to 8 years|
|Number of Pages||48|