When God Made You

Matthew Paul Turner (Author) | David Catrow (Illustrator)


YOU, you… God thinks about you.
God was thinking of you long before your debut.

From early on, children are looking to discover their place in the world and longing to understand how their personalities, traits, and talents fit in. Knowing that they are deeply loved and a unique creation in our big universe is certain to help them spread their wings and fly. 

*****

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Beautiful, bright, and fun. This book is just bursting with life–from the front cover to the back. The paint splash background is gorgeous, and the leaping girl has a tangible energy. Really wonderfully illustrated and designed.

Illustrations

Wow. This book has so much LIFE! The illustrations are stunning, energetic, and gorgeous. I keep going back to look through this book because it’s just so beautifully illustrated.

Story

What a wonderful way to build a child’s confidence. This book is written to instill a sense of worth in every child, and I believe it accomplishes that goal perfectly. The rhyming text communicates simply but clearly the value that every child inherently possesses. Very well written, with great rhythm and flow.

So be you–fully you–
a show-stopping revue.
Live your life in full color,
Every tint, every hue.

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About the Author & Illustrator

MATTHEW PAUL TURNER is the author of sixteen books. He lives with his wife Jessica (TheMomCreative.com, The Fringe Hours) and their three children in Nashville, TN.

DAVID CATROW is an editorial cartoonist whose vibrant illustrations have appeared in more than seventy children’s books, including several New York Times bestsellers, such as I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More and I Like Myself. He makes his home in Ohio with his wife, Deborah.

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