"Then trust the One who loves His own, who gives us all the earth as home." Celebrating the wonders of nature, this retelling of Psalm 104 invites children and the adults who love them to enjoy and explore "the world God made."
From page to page, the lyrical language parallels the original psalm, moving from one feature of the natural world to the next--from the sky and earth to the animals and oceans--and introducing questions from a child's view. What about when strong winds blow? When birds fly far away? When nighttime is long?
Each uncertainty is met with a truth about God's character to comfort children and give them the confidence they need to explore the world around them. These revelations of nature remind readers young and old of God's presence throughout the entirety of their lives. The One who made all the earth is in control and always with us.
Author Hannah Anderson's stirring words are joined by soft, realistic watercolors from her husband, Nathan Anderson. Together they have created a book with a timeless aesthetic and readability, one that will resonate with families who celebrate nature and the beauty and wisdom that come from
the world God made.