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I Talk to God About How I Feel: Learning to…

I Talk to God About How I Feel: Learning to Pray, Knowing He Cares

by Stormie Omartian

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NCLA Review -Each page of this unique picture book reads like a mini-interview in which a fictional child tells about a feeling he or she had and what caused that feeling. Bright illustrations portray the experience that each child talks about in their interview. Feelings presented include lonely, worried, angry, sad, afraid, hurt feelings, and physical hurt. At the end of each interview the author presents a question such as, “What makes you feel lonely?” and a short prayer that a child can pray when they’re feeling that emotion. When I read this aloud to children, they were riveted by the kids’ stories, asked questions about them, and were eager to share their own stories in answer to the questions that the book asks. The book was extremely effective at getting kids to talk about their feelings. I recommend this as an essential library addition. Rating: 4 —AMG ( )
  ncla | May 17, 2011 |
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Stormie Omartian, bestselling author of What Happens When I Talk to God? (more than 55,000 copies sold), shares her passion for prayer with children in this thought-provoking and encouraging book. Beautifully illustrated with characters who bravely show their emotions and written in straight-forward, honest language, this story teaches little ones that God cares about all their feelings--sad, happy, lonely, mad, worried, afraid--because God loves them no matter how they feel.

The everyday, easy-to-understand scenarios encourage children to acknowledge their own emotions and turn to God. Readers can help the special child in their lives face inevitable disappointments with the realization that God is always near, He always understands, and He always wants to help.

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