God Goes to School

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Paulist Press, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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From up in heaven, God and the angel Stardrop see that little Danny is unhappy, and so they decide to go visit him at school. Danny is always getting in trouble with his teacher, forgetting his homework, dropping his book, and tapping his foot, much to the amusement of his classmates. God knows that Danny is different and has a unique way of communicating and learning, because God made him that way. God helps Danny's teacher understand that the boy's gift of dancing can be used to teach the other children in a fun way. Danny is able to help the other students learn and even how to dance. Seeing Danny happy with his friends, Stardrop is delighted that God made everyone different!

This lovely story will help children understand that God made all of us different and the importance of celebrating these differences.


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Edwina Gateley is a bestselling author and poet, a pioneering missioner and lay minister, well known to large numbers of Catholics and mainline Christians in the USA, Canada, Britain and Ireland. She has been featured on CBS's "60 Minutes" and on "48 Hours," and is in high demand as a speaker and retreat giver. Her bestselling books include Soul Sisters, Christ in the Margins, I Hear a Seed Growing, and In God's Womb. She lives in Erie, PA. See edwinagateley.com

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