My 1st Book of Questions and Answers

My 1st Book of Questions and Answers
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MacKenzie, Carine


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Children always have questions about what it means to be a Christian. Do they need a long, philosophical answer? Not always—and it is simple answers to deep questions that feature in this book.

If you have ever wanted to know how to explain the Christian faith to young children in bite-sized chunks then My First Book of Questions will be of great help to you. In 114 profound questions and answers, backed by scripture proofs, best selling author Carine Mackenze provides an invaluable tool to get you started.

Now with a more flexible binding (instead of staples)!

64 Pages
Published March 2008

About the Author

How can a basin of water help you write your first book? Carine Mackenzie wrote her first book, Gideon - Soldier of God, in the kitchen of her home in Inverness, Scotland. A two year old was at her feet playing blissfully with a basin of water. "It was the only way I could be sure of getting some peace and quiet ... and it worked." The two year old is now married with a family of her own and Carine's first attempt at writing has grown too. Her talent for retelling Bible stories has meant that children from all over the world have been given the opportunity to discover Jesus Christ for themselves. The first title written in the kitchen with the assistance of a basin of water has inspired the production of many other books. Carine now has over 50 different titles in print and sales of over 3 million books.

Book Details

64 Pages
Publisher: Christian Focus
Publication Date: March 2008
ISBN 10: 185792570X
ISBN 13: 9781857925708

"It was a great pleasure to watch our daughter learn these answers. Teaching a child great truths abot God enriched our thinking and intensified our worship."
- John and Noel Piper

"This would make a great difference in the lives of those who learn it."
- Douglas Kelly

"God-centered, Christ-honoring, character building."
- Sinclair B. Ferguson