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Reviewed by Darin Godby for Readers' Favorite
Children should be raised with the love of parents that instills within them hope, values, and understanding. Yet those same children ask all types of tough questions, such as: "Where is God and why can't I see His face if it is true that He is everywhere watching over me?" Author Terri Kelley paints a very vivid picture of deep questions that children are prone to ask their parents.
Have you ever been asked those tough questions from a child and wondered how you were going to respond? Where Is God? is a simple yet powerful book for children. At the same time, it offers adults an avenue of dealing with those difficult questions in a friendly way. Author Kelley does a wonderful job of explaining this question through the views of a mother. This mother's view helped her young son understand that God can be seen, felt, and experienced everywhere if one would just take the time to listen, look, and experience who He is. God desires to make Himself real to children and adults alike if we will just slow down and allow Him to speak to us.
This book enables readers to understand how big God truly is, yet how close He desires to become to each of us. Author Kelley and illustrator Milena Radeva do a wonderful job in allowing readers to hear as well as envision the story as it unfolds right before their eyes. Church and school libraries and bookstores should consider this an additional resource for families.