Two beautiful books, with story lines and illustrations that your children will love. Each book is based on a scripture that will become etched on their heart.
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Book #1 The Jungle Mess-Up
Giraffes swimming. Pigs up trees. Lady beetles imagining themselves as big as bears.
Can the King of the Jungle, the Lion of Judah, end this confusion and stop all the mishaps? Or will His jungle be a mess-up forever?
"A beautifully illustrated story about appreciating differences and understanding we are fearfully and wonderfully made."
Book #2 The Jungle Journey Home
An encouraging tale reminding children they do not have to face their fears alone.
A jungle game leads a nervous little
kangaroo into an unexpected
adventure full of challenges.
Does the Lion of Judah have a plan
and will this kangaroo have the
courage to trust Him?
Author, Karyn has over 20 years of experience working with young people in different capacities such as teacher, counsellor, youth pastor, chaplain and in missionary service overseas. She is passionate about young people and has a heart to see them encountering Jesus, experiencing breakthrough and being set free and empowered by the Holy Spirit to reach their full potential and fulfil their God-given destiny.
As a primary school teacher, I see children day to day face the struggles of self confidence and not knowing who they are and where they belong. I feel like I am constantly reminding them of how amazing they are and how their unique personalities make them special. Reading ‘The Jungle Mess-Up’ caught my eye and interest, not just through the lovely illustrations, but also the consistent reminder of the underlying message ‘I am fearfully and wonderfully made’ which is present on almost every page throughout the book. When read to my year 2 students, I received the following comments. “I liked how the lion looked after the animals the same way God looks after us.” “I thought it was so funny to see sheep in a tree and a camel trying to swim.” “I liked how the lion called the animals to the meeting the same way God calls us to Him.” - Rhi Paton, Grade 2 teacher