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Just In Case You Ever Wonder Hardcover – October 20, 1992
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A wonderful bedtime story to instill in your child just how much he or she is loved not only by you, but also by God. Best-selling author Max Lucado shares his warm blessing of love and tenderness in this board edition of a favorite family story. He writes, "As you grow and change, some things will stay the same. I'll always love you. I'll always hug you. I'll always be on your side. And I want you to know that . . . just in case you ever wonder." (Beliefnet, July 2000) -- From Beliefnet --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
About the Author
More than 120 million readers have found comfort in the writings of Max Lucado. He ministers at the Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas, where he lives with his wife, Denalyn, and a sweet but misbehaving mutt, Andy.
Top Customer Reviews
The story begins by telling the child "long, long ago God made a decision...a very important decision...one that I'm really glad He made. He made the decision to make you."
The story truly expresses what we as parents all want our children to know: they are very special, unique and have our hearts wrapped around their fingers since birth and this will never change.
"...As you grow and change, some things will stay the same. I'll always love you. I'll always hug you. I'll always be on your side. And I want you to know that... just in case you ever wonder."
The ending is perfect; it talks about heaven. At the beginning and end, there are a few blank pages that I took advantage of and wrote some personal comments in my only daughter, Kaitlyn's copy. I know she will cherish this book forever and always know how much her Mom loves her. Isn't that what you want for your children? We are not immortal; leave something behind for your child to treasure. This book is a great way to do it.