God Gave Us Family (God Gave Us Series)
:Little Pup wants to get a better understanding of why there's only one wolf pup in his family while others have brother and sister pups. Mama and Papa travel with their little guy, introducing him to new family members, helping...
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:Little Pup wants to get a better understanding of why there's only one wolf pup in his family while others have brother and sister pups. Mama and Papa travel with their little guy, introducing him to new family members, helping him to recognize different family types, and how family members support and love each other.
DAVID HOHN is an award-winning illustrator whose art has graced many popular children's books, including God Gave Us Christmas. He graduated with honors from the Maryland Institute College of Art and is finishing an MFA in Illustration program from the University of Hartford. David lives in Portland, Oregon with his family.
Lisa Tawn Bergren is the author of the children's books "God Gave us You" and its sequel "God Gave us Two", as well as several adult novels. She lives in Colorado Springs, CO with her children and husband.
“Mama, how come our family only has one kid?”
“Well, Little Pup, you’re the only child we have so far, and maybe the only one we’ll ever have. But we thank God for you. Your arrival made us a family.”
“Wally’s family has eight kids! And we only get one?”
“God gave them their family,” Papa said, “just as he gave us ours. Families come in all sizes.”
“We could ’dopt a baby,” Little Pup said.
“Adopt?” Mama asked.
“Yeah. Like Ben’s family.”
“That’s something to consider,” Papa said. “It’s special when a family adopts a child as their own. It’s kind of like how God makes each of us part of his family. Choosing us, loving us, forever.”
“God gives us family in lots of different ways,” Papa said. “Look at Graham the Goose. His mama is raising all those goslings herself.”
“Yeah, but they get to see their dad this summer. He lives on another pond.”
“Sometimes a mama or papa can’t be a part of raising their kids every day,” Papa said. “But they’re still family.”