God Made Happy Sad And Mad
This board book celebration of emotions teaches babies, toddlers, and preschoolers that God made all our amazing feelings!
God Made Happy, Sad, and Mad helps very young children discover:
*Feelings are normal.
*We can thank God for feelings.
*It’s good to talk about feelings.
Create a time of sweet and fun connection with your child with this lively read-aloud board book. Your little one will love chiming in with the rhyming sound words as they learn that it’s good to talk about all the feelings God gave us!
God Made Happy, Sad, and Mad is part of the charming God Made All of Me series. Also check out God Made Stop and Go, God Made Sounds Soft and Loud, and God Made Colors Oh So Bright as you celebrate with your child that every part of them–from their emotions to their wiggles to their curiosity–is beautiful in God’s eyes.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780830784318
Laura Derico | Illustrator: Anita Schmidt
Published: February 2024
God Made All Of Me
Publisher: David C. Cook
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