when he is adopted into a family from Alaska. To get to Alaska means complete separation from the world he knows and enjoys. Favor is not sure he wants this separation, and he has to make a choice whether or not to accept this new life. Based on a true story. If you want to teach kids about adoption, this children's book should help you get started! It shares the true meaning of family and essential life lessons for kids. Filled with a heartwarming narrative and colorful illustrations that connect with the story, Favor will also make a perfect bedtime story for toddlers and a great addition to your collection of Christian family books. This book is part of Yehovah Yasha's ministry guide demonstrating that a family that blesses each other grows stronger together. //thelordisoursavior.org/
Anne Weaver, along with her husband, Bo, have three beautiful children, whom they enjoy giggling with regularly. This giggling together is what inspired Anne to become a Children's Book author.
Anne's book have a serious side, too. After giving birth to two amazing kiddos, Anne and her husband reflected: "Our family just didn't feel complete. However, we didn't feel led to have another biological child, either. After prayer, we felt led to go to Liberia, Africa where our youngest son, Caleb (Favor), was born." Anne wrote "Favor" as a way for her own son to always remember where he came from, and to celebrate the choice he chose to make.
Anne and her family are the founders of Yehovah Yesha, a ministry focused on strengthening families through intentional blessings. Anne believes that it is the parent's responsibility to intentionally bless their children, which will, in turn, help guide their children through times in their lives when their decisions matter the most.
Anne's professional career is as a CEO of the Fairbanks Community Food Bank. Anne wrote her book "Cow-MOO-nity" (coming out in late 2021) as a dedication to the Fairbanks Community Food Bank, of which she is the CEO. Each day Anne gets to see the amazing impact of people choosing to work together to help their struggling neighbors and is constantly inspired watching her own amazing community work together with such joy. All proceeds from this book go directly to support the Fairbanks Community Food Bank in Fairbanks, Alaska.
A true story about a young African boy adopted by an Alaskan family and how his world was turned upside down.
Excerpt: In Africa it was light out and warm. In Alaska it was dark out and very, very, cold. In Africa I could wear shorts all day. In Alaska I kept having to get in and out of heavy layers of warm clothes. In Africa I had soft, warm sand. In Alaska I had hard ice and snow.