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Who Are You? - Hardcover

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This Engaging Picture Book Helps Kids Explore Their True Identity Found in Christ

Kids have an innate curiosity to explore and discover new things about themselves—they learn their strengths and talents, their preferences and quirks, all while celebrating little victories along the way. While these milestones are undoubtedly important for developing children, our culture mistakenly views them as the foundation of who they are. 

Deeply biblical and visually engaging, this picture book uses lyrical rhymes to help children ages 3–5 understand that their true identity is not found in their preferences, past actions, or current emotions. Instead, it is rooted in their relationship with their Creator and Savior. The one who fashioned them in his likeness and calls them to live a life for his glory. A note to parents section at the end of the book offers practical tips and additional Bible verses for instilling these truths in children as they navigate the world and build the foundation of their lives.

  • Explores Identity and Purpose: Helps children understand they are not defined by their preferences, actions, or emotions, but by their relationship with God as his image bearer 
  • Written for Kids Ages 3–5: Engaging and lyrical, this book will keep kids entertained as they learn about themselves, their God, and the world around them 
  • Practical Approach for Parents and Guardians: A comments to parents section at the end of the book provides advice for furthering the conversation on the topic of identity 
Additional Info
Item Code 92164
Weight (lbs) 0.6500
Dimensions 8.00x8.00
Font Size N/A
Page Count 32
Release Date Jul 2, 2024
Discontinued Date N/A
Publisher Crossway
ISBN 10 1-4335-9216-9
ISBN 13 978-1-4335-9216-4
Translation N/A
Bible Contents N/A
Series N/A
Case Qty 62
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