This classic story teaches children that God has a unique plan for each of their lives.
Beautiful new illustrations bring this classic legend to life. Told simply, in a language even the youngest family members will understand, this story begins with three young trees who dream-as children do-of doing big deeds. The olive tree, oak tree, and pine tree have dreams of their own, but they find out that God has very different plans for them.
This story encourages children to trust God with their dreams and that He has a great plan for their lives.
|Contributor(s)||Dahl Taylor (Illustrator)|
|About the Contributor(s)|| Dahl Taylor (Illustrator)
An illustrator for the past twenty years, Dahl Taylor has completed assignments for clients such as BMG Music, Abbott Pharmaceuticals, and American Express International Banking. He has painted posters for several Broadway plays including the Tony-nominated Having Our Say and Neil Simon's Jake's Women. Taylor's editorial work has appeared on the pages of numerous magazines including Money, Forbes, Readers Digest, and The New Yorker. He has also reillustrated a 54-painting series for The Pleasant Company's American Girl book series. Taylor was a member of the Society of Illustrators for twenty years and is a past member of the Portrait Society of America.
|Release Date||Feb 5, 2008|
|Who It's For||Boy 5-7, Boy 7-10, Girl 5-7, Girl 7-10|