In Between the Pages! Is God Still Awake? By Sheila Walsh Illustrated by Alexsandra Szmidt
In this delightful full-color picture book that teaches children about prayer, bestselling author Sheila Walsh helps you show your kids how, when, and why to talk with God as they learn more of who God is and how much He loves them!
Inspired by the ways God has used her book Praying Women, Sheila Walsh wanted to share her passion for prayer with kids--a passion that began when she was a little girl who wondered if God could hear her any time of the day or night.
Is God Still Awake? introduces curious young readers to Poppy: a little girl who has big questions about God! Poppy wants to know how to talk with God and whether God listens to her. As she goes through her day with her cat by her side, Poppy discovers that God is always there--even when the world is asleep!
With humorous, rhyming text, Is God Still Awake? assures children that God loves them and is always with them. Whether it's day or night, God is awake, He's listening, and He loves to hear His children speak!
From Scotland, Sheila is a wife and mom and in her spare time she is an author, Bible teacher and television host. She has spoken around the world to over 6 million women and reaches a potential 100 million people daily as co-host of the "Life Today" television program.
Sheila loves to make the Bible practical, sharing how God met her at her lowest point and helped her to rise up again. Her message: God is for you and you are not alone.
Sheila’s books have sold almost 6 million copies including her bestseller "It’s Okay Not To Be Okay", her Publisher's Weekly bestseller "Praying Women, How to Pray When You Don’t Know What To Say" and her newest "Holding On When You Want To Let Go", releasing in Fall, 2021. All of these have accompanying Bible study workbooks. Her new children's book "Is God Still Awake" also releases in Fall 2021.
Texas is her home where she lives with her husband and two little crazy dogs Tink and Maggie. Her son, Christian is in graduate school studying Clinical Psychology.
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