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About "You Wouldn't Love Me If You Knew"
This story of forgiveness tells of a little boy who does something "bad" for which he thinks he cannot be forgiven. He does a number of "good" things, but every time someone thanks him and says that he is "good," he feels "bad." His mother assures him that she can forgive him and that Jesus will as well. We never know what the "bad" thing actually is as he whispers in his mother's ear, which will allow each child to identify with the situation. Ages 5-8.
Meet the Author
Jeannie St John Taylor
Jeannie St. John Taylor lives in Portland, Oregon. She is a professional artist, children's book author (two time Gold Medal finalist), part-time writing coach, and a full-time wife to Ray, and mother of three college-age children, but her first love is honoring the Lord with her writing. Jeannie is the author of Prayers for Troubled Times, 101 Stories of Answered Prayer, Guilt-Free Prayer Journal for Women, and numerous children books including God Loved Me So Much He Created Me, Together Forever, and a series of six books staring Erik.