Near: Psalm 139
ISBN: 0310768268
EAN13: 9780310768265
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 5, 2021
Pages: 20
Dimensions: 1" H x 8" L x 8" W
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Board Books

Near: Psalm 139

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Book Overview

From Sally Lloyd-Jones, the author of the bestselling The Jesus Storybook Bible, comes an uplifting new board book in a soft padded format that is a perfect fit for little hands. Inspired by Psalm 139--which begins, O Lord, you have searched me and you know me--Near's lyrical text reminds little ones that God is with them anywhere they go in God's wide world.

God is my Father who made everything.

And I am a little explorer of the wide world.

He is near me

And he protects me.

He sees me

And he knows me.

He is strong

And he looks after me.He is with me--always


  • Is written by Sally Lloyd-Jones, the bestselling author of The Jesus Storybook Bible
  • Contains lyrical text inspired by Psalm 139
  • Contains a reassuring message that helps calm kids' nerves, soothe their anxieties, and ease their fears
  • Features a soft padded format that is a perfect fit for little hands
  • Is a great gift for a new baby, First Communion, or birthday

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   Great quality board book
This is a great quality board book with nice pages and beautiful illustrations, said Kirk. This was to us when we were expecting our daughter and now we've bought it for others too. I love the simplicity of the wording which helps remind readers of all ages that God is always with us and will never leave us, Mary said.
   Simply Wonderful
My children, aged 7 to 12, love the pictures that captivate their imagination. My daughter, who is 5 1/2, loves looking through the book to find the visual themes. I love having a book filled with truth for our family to cherish for years.
   Love it.
Got the Psalm 23 book for my granddaughter for Christmas and my daughter-in-law called to ask if there were more books in this series! What a sweet parable of the love of God that children can understand, Mary. Got all three?
   Absolutely quality
The book is quality, the artist is quality, and the message is that. The whole thing is just so comforting and sweet, Mr. Rule told us. I'd definitely buy it again and I'll think of it for future gifts. It's great to have that extra blanket for bedtime.
   Wonderful book and fun to read, but inaccurate illustration.
I've had a lot of books by these illustrators, and I'm thrilled with the outcome. I think we have all the ones published, Mr. Dhaliwal said. Wonderful words and gospel-centered meaning, but it is a real struggle for me that one page mentions the North Pole, with polar bears, for example. It's just that her three year old knows that. Both for the sake of our children and the watching world, I think this was a missed opportunity.
   Lovely Message, Inaccurate Illustration
This is a lovely book and would have garnered five stars had it not been for the inaccurate illustration of living with polar bears and walruses at "the North Pole." Even my two-year-old knew that penguins do not live in the Arctic, so this discrepancy was confusing. While it provided a chance to discuss how we are all humans who make mistakes, I'm surprised no one caught this error prior to publication.
   Bright, attractive pictures and winsome words
My kids and grandkids will have all the time of their lives reading this author's books. To see pictures that are worth looking at and lingering over without words, and to read a Bible passage in such a way that all of us are drawn to listen more, is magic. I've been reading the Bible for more than 40 years and think this book is a great meeting space for my grands and I, he said.