A child's evening prayer, with examples of some of the things that one might want to talk over with God, also includes opportunities for the reader to add personalized prayer concerns
Tuck Me In, God book. Christine Harder Tangvald. Before you're tucked in and before you turn out the light, you say your prayers. God loves to hear about your day!
Tuck Me In, God book. God loves to hear about your day! This special prayer book helps you tell God all about the things you saw, said, and did today! Get A Copy.
Shelley Dieterichs’s most popular book is Uh Oh! Gotta Go!: Potty Tales from Toddlers. Tuck Me in God by. Christine Harder Tangvald, Shelley Dieterichs (Illustrator).
1. Tuck Me In, God. Tangvald, Christine Harder. Published by Concordia Pub House (1998). ISBN 10: 057005057X ISBN 13: 9780570050575.
Personal Name: Tangvald, Christine Harder, 1941 . A bedtime recounting of all the blessings experienced in a child's day, with activities and conversations about how to show thankfulness to God.
Personal Name: Tangvald, Christine Harder, 1941-. Target Audience Note: "Read level: Grade 2" P. of cover.
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Christine Harder Tangvald is the author of more than eighty-five children's books with almost 3 million in print. She is the founder of Spokane Christian Writers' Conference. She lives with her husband in Spokane, Washington. Customers Also Bought Items By. Laura J. Bryant.
First published in 1988, Someone I Love Died has long comforted the hearts of children 4 to 8 who have lost someone close. It gently leads children through grief with age-appropriate words and solid biblical truth that understands a child's hurting heart
Only the gods are real. Shadow had done three years in prison. He was big enough and looked don’t-fuck-with-me enough that his biggest problem was killing time.
Only the gods are real. For absent friends-Kathy Acker and Roger Zelazny, and all points between. Caveat, and Warning for Travelers. So he kept himself in shape, and taught himself coin tricks, and thought a lot about how much he loved his wife. The best thing-in Shadow’s opinion, perhaps the only good thing-about being in prison was a feeling of relief. The feeling that he’d plunged as low as he could plunge and he’d hit bottom. He didn’t worry that the man was going to get him, because the man had got him.