My Friend the Rain - Bessie T Wilkerson - Books - Xulon Press - 9781545654620 - January 9, 2019
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My Friend the Rain

Bessie T Wilkerson

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My Friend the Rain

My Friend the Rain is the second book in this series. The first in this series is titled My Friend the Wind. This endearing narrative is about a young girl who is intrigued by the origins of the rain. She ventures out and experiences different ways the rain and water impact us. She comes to the realization that there must be a creator of the rain. Thus, she is gently moved to understand that God is the creator of all things. Come along on this gratifying adventure and unfold what has been in front of us all along. About the Author Bessie "Terry" Wilkerson is an ordained minister that prefers being outdoors. In 2002 Bessie earned a Master of Education degree in Psychological Studies from Cambridge College. She has worked in the Early Childhood Education/Human Services field for over three decades. Bessie is a PK (preacher's kid) and loves the Lord. She delights in singing and writing children's books. Bessie resides in Massachusetts, with her two of her three adult children. About the Illustrator Jennifer Cheng DesAutels loves sketching outdoors, rain or shine. Her work is inspired by nature and the youth in her community. An artist since childhood, Jennifer studied illustration in Boston. She also illustrated My Friend the Wind and artwork for the education market. She is honored to work with Ms. Wilkerson on this celebration of God all around us. Jennifer resides in Medford, Massachusetts with her husband and two daughters.

32 pages, Illustrations, color

Media Books     Hardcover Book   (Book with hard spine and cover)
Released January 9, 2019
ISBN13 9781545654620
Publishers Xulon Press
Pages 32
Dimensions 216 × 216 × 6 mm   ·   312 g
Language English  

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