God Gave Us Two (God Gave Us Series)
Where did I come from? Will you forget me when the new baby comes? In these beautifully illustrated books, mama and papa polar bear gently and lovingly reassure their little cub of how very much she is loved and wanted....
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Where did I come from? Will you forget me when the new baby comes? In these beautifully illustrated books, mama and papa polar bear gently and lovingly reassure their little cub of how very much she is loved and wanted.
Mama and Papa Bear are excited---they're having another baby! But Little Cub feels sad, not glad. Will her parents still love her? Can they give the baby back if she doesn't like him or her? With sensitivity, gentleness, and joy, this charmingly illustrated story prepares 2- to 5-year-olds for the birth of a new sibling.
Now that Mama polar bear has another baby in her tummy, Little Cub is bursting with curiosity. “Why do we need a new baby?” she asks. “If we don’t like the new baby, can we send it back?”
“Will you forget me when the new baby comes?”
Gently and lovingly, Mama and Papa assure their firstborn that the new baby is a gift from God they want very much, just as Little Cub was–and still is.
“God gave us you. Now he’s given us two!”
The winsome sequel to God Gave Us You, God Gave Us Two playfully affirms a child’s uniqueness and place in the family and helps little ones accept, appreciate, and love their new siblings.
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.
From her studio window or nearby her home nestled in the Shenandoah Mountains of West Virginia, Laura Bryant saw deer, fox, ducks, bats, possum, squirrels, skunks, and even a bear - all while she was illustrating this book! Laura is an award-winning children's book illustrator who loves to celebrate visually the beauty and intimacy of nature. Her hope is that children see their connection to the natural world as well as the love and warmth of their own parent.