Known : Psalm 139
From Sally Lloyd-Jones, the author of the bestselling?The Jesus Storybook Bible, comes an uplifting new board book with a padded cover that is a perfect fit for little hands. Inspired by Psalm 139, Known’s lyrical text reminds little ones that God sees them, knows them, and loves them more than they could ever know.
*Is written by Sally Lloyd-Jones, the bestselling author of The Jesus Storybook Bible
*Is beautifully illustrated by award-winning artist Jago
*Contains lyrical text inspired by Psalm 139
*Contains a reassuring message that reminds kids that God fully knows them and fully loves them, no matter what–a foundational truth to comfort and inspire children
*Features a padded cover that is a perfect fit for little hands
*Is a great gift for a new baby, First Communion, or birthday
Look for additional inspirational children’s books in the series inspired by The Jesus Storybook Bible:
*Near: Psalm 139
*Loved: The Lord’s Prayer
*Found: Psalm 23
Known is another resource to invite children to experience God’s Never Stopping, Never Giving Up, Unbreaking, Always and Forever Love.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780310771173
Sally Lloyd-Jones | Illustrator: Jago
Published: October 2022
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