Wherever You Go I Want You To Know
We all love to dream about what we might do later in life: jobs we might have, places we might go to, people we might meet. And parents and caregivers love to encourage and support their kids.
But for Christian parents, their greatest aspiration is that whatever their kids do and wherever they go, they will love and follow Jesus.
This keepsake edition of the beautiful rhyming book by Melissa Kruger and Isobel Lundie provides the perfect reminder for graduating students that whatever they do and wherever they go, Jesus is more important than anything else.
It’s also ideal for a child to take with them all the way up through school, with each successive teacher adding their own comments and encouragements.
Includes 16 illustrated pages for writing messages and pasting in photos, plus a pocket for keepsakes in the back. The robust slipcase means you will keep these memories safe for the long term.
As children embark on life’s journey with all their potential and aspirations, use this book to express to them your biggest dream, and help them remember it .
1 in stock (additional units can be purchased)
SKU (ISBN): 9781784988784
Melissa Kruger | Illustrator: Isobel Lundie
Binding: Cloth Text
Published: April 2023
Publisher: The Good Book Company
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