Wiggly kids may have this book in church! This fun book is meant to accompany a child to church – or sit in the pews waiting for him or her. Exploring questions young children naturally have, the answers are both educational and entertaining, such as: Why do we have to be so quiet in church? Does God hear me when I sing? Why do we say “Amen” at the end of everything? Does God like it when I kneel or bow my head? What does God look like? Does God remember my Baptism? Can God see me, no matter where I go or what I do? Does God see me when I do something wrong? Does God really forgive my sins?
|Dimensions:||5.438" x 6.688"|
|1-2 copies||11.70 each|
|3-5 copies||11.05 each|
|6+ copies||10.40 each|
Little Children can be wiggly in church, and Why Do We Have to Be So Quiet in Church? helps answer that question and twelve more about God. Questions asked and answered include, “Can God see me in church?,” “Why do we say ‘Amen’ at the end of everything?,” and “Can God always hear me?” Answers are easy to understand, and some are direct Bible quotations. The title is small in size, and wouldn’t be easy to share in a large classroom setting. It is recommended for Sunday school classroom, and could be a starter for class discussion. It would be good for any Christian church as it is not specifically Catholic. This book is recommended to accompany “your youngest children to church” (from back cover), but the paper pages and heavy text may be too much for younger toddlers. Illustrations accompany the answers to each question, but are abstract in nature.