God’s Greatest Miracle

by Margaret Schuster-Grossman



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/30/2012

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 1
ISBN : 9781490734071

About the Book

Children’s hearts will be warmed by this amazing true story that draws them into the realization of Jesus’ profound love for them; so profound He planned a way to be truly with them under the forms of bread and wine. Parents and teachers will love this book too. With it, passing on this teaching of the church becomes easy and enjoyable. The children write their own names into the story and will be quickly engaged by the beautiful illustrations, the quizzes, and finding the endearing bunny that joins them in their search for God’s greatest miracle. “The author presents a deep spiritual experience in a child friendly manner. She uses vibrant yet not over stimulating artwork and involves the child directly within the story.” Ms. Annette Rabusch, mother of 3, BS, 25 years an Early Childhood Educator. “Children will find Ms. Grossman’s interactive style as engaging as Barney, Dora, or Disney but with a faith and spirit filled twist. Children’s natural curiosity will be simultaneously satiated and ignited in God’s Greatest Miracle . Ms.Mary Scavotto, mother of 3, MSed, EdS, 6 years elementary teacher. “God’s Greatest Miracle is a book I would have liked to have read to my children and with students preparing for First Eucharist. While embracing the miracle of the story and colorful illustrations, I felt the personalization, enhanced learning for older children, parental guidance, and citing of scriptural texts in the book was excellent in teaching of who Jesus is. This is a wonderful book to “open the door” for children to know and love God.” Leslie Honebrink, Educator and Principal of an Award Winning Catholic School. Masters in Educational Leadership.

About the Author

Margaret Schuster-Grossman has raised nine children and is a grandmother to eighteen grandchildren (so far!). She knows the struggle of giving young children the right answers at the right time. In empathy with those parents and teachers anywhere in the world, she shares the answer to the question, “When we go to God’s House, where is He, why can't I see Jesus?" She has always had a spirit of adventure and at 18 went to New York City to work as a nanny there and in Switzerland. That spirit was passed on to her children, she taught them all French, and one year had 4 children at a time living and working in foreign countries. Her current interests are reading, family and friends, Bible study classes, humor, world news, politics, and studying French. She currently lives near Benson, Minnesota with her husband, Jim.