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Arlo and the Great Big Cover-Up (Howard)

SKU ‎ 9781433568527
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C$16.99

Arlo knows better than to get out of bed during rest time. And he definitely isn’t allowed to draw on the wall. But Arlo does it anyway, and then desperately attempts to cover up his disobedience before his mom finds out. When his efforts fail, Arlo discovers not only the misery that comes from hiding his sin but also the relief that comes through confessing it. With easy-to-understand language and engaging illustrations, children will learn important lessons with Arlo about repentance and the forgiveness found only in Jesus.

 

TGC Kids illustrated storybooks engage the hearts and imaginations of kids aged 3–7 by teaching them biblical truths about how to live and grow as God’s children in today’s culture. Published in partnership with the Gospel Coalition.

 

Author: Betsy Childs Howard

Pages: 40

Hardcover

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Product Details:

  • Hardcover:  40 pages
  • Published:  2020
  • ISBN : ‎ 9781433568527
  • Author:  Betsy Childs Howard

Author:

  • Betsy Childs Howard (MA, Beeson Divinity School) is an editor for the Gospel Coalition. She is the author of Arlo and the Great Big Cover-Up and Seasons of Waiting. Betsy lives with her family in Manhattan, where her husband pastors Good Shepherd Anglican Church.


     

Endorsements:

  • “What happens when you’ve made a mess that you can’t clean up? This is Arlo’s problem, and, as the story unfolds, we realize that it’s the fundamental problem of every human heart. But thankfully, Arlo is not left on his own. A wise mother points Arlo―and his readers―to the source of true cleansing. With its captivating illustrations, accessible language, and engaging plot, Arlo and the Great Big Cover-Up will delight young readers and warm the hearts of parents. This book is also fun to read aloud, which is a very good thing because its lesson of repentance and grace is one that we all need to hear again and again.”
    Megan Hill, pastor’s wife; author, A Place to Belong; Managing Editor, The Gospel Coalition

     

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