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Who Dresses God?

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This gentle story is a conversation about God between a mother and child. Told from the child's perspective, the series of questions and answers in rhyme introduces young children to the idea of a higher being that can see, hear and speak without eyes, ears or tongue, and does not live in a house with roof, walls and locking doors. For God's house is the world we share and ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published May 16th 2012 by Pick-A-Woo Woo Publishers
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Apr 13, 2014 rated it it was amazing
This is a charming read - beautifully worded, exquisitely illustrated, and truly made me smile.

I would swear several of the conversations I have had with my little ones.

I especially like the perspective of the illustrations and subtle humour in them.

The rhyme and rhythm makes for an easy and intuitive read. I would strongly recommend this book to families of relevant faiths (or, as in my own where one parent has a strong faith!).

I often find myself saying "I think dad would say...." or trying to
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Teena is a reader, writer and daydream believer. She writes across genres and her publications include picture books, chapter books, a novel, short stories and poems. Her writing life has also included a long career as a journalist and editor.
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