Kacey's Question: Who Will I Marry?

Kacey's Question: Who Will I Marry?

Kacey's Question: Who Will I Marry?

Kacey's Question: Who Will I Marry?

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This book captures a day in the life of two five-year-olds. Though they are many miles and years apart, they will find each other when the time is right. Kacey’s Question... "Who Will I Marry?" by Peggy Miracle Consolver and delightfully illustrated by Barbara Jones, captures the whimsical nature of five-year-olds and their zest for discovering, and explaining, the next big mystery in life.

Children ask the best questions. Having answers for their thoughtful questions that can matter for a lifetime, is the hard part. Mother's answer to Kacey's question is wisdom distilled from years of the author's experience with her own daughter's and grandson's questions—twenty-five years apart. questions like, “Mommy, who will I marry?” or “How do starfish breathe?”

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781945507571
Publisher: Clovercroft Publishing
Publication date: 12/01/2018
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)
Age Range: 4 - 7 Years

About the Author

Peggy Miracle Consolver, author of Shepherd, Potter, Spy—and the Star Namer (2015) and its companion study guide Digging Deeper Into HIStory (2016), treasures time spent with children. From being a teenage assistant Girl Scout leader and camp counselor to having annual summertime cousins camps for her own grandchildren, she delights in conversations with children of all ages. After thirty-five years teaching Sunday school, children have been the primary focus of her stories. Known for “her delightful insight into the ways of children,” the idea for Kacey’s Question...Who Will I Marry comes from two identical questions asked by two five-year-olds, twenty-five years apart. The first from her own curly headed daughter, and the second from her daughter’s son. Admittedly, she had no answer ready the first time she was asked, “Mommy [Grammy], who will I marry?” She lives in Texas.
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