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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Does God speak to you? You might find out if you read Tim & Gerald Ray: The Wind Has a Voice (Book 1 in the Tim & Gerald Ray Children’s Christian Series) by Sandra Lott. It was a sunny day and a few fluffy clouds were scattered in the sky. Gerald and Timmy were walking through the park and were on their way home. They were not yet ready to go home and they decided to sit by the small pond and skip stones across the water. They got bored after a while and sat down to watch the fish splashing here and there. Gerald saw the leaves swaying to and fro and he wondered how the wind could rustle the leaves and no one could see it. As he kept wondering, Timmy told him that there had to be a God who would have made the world just how their mother made the cake for them last week.
The author handles the concept of God beautifully through this story of Timmy and Gerald Ray. Children will understand that God is Peace, God is their Provider, Protector, and Savior. It is a good story to help children contemplate the presence of God in their lives. The illustrations by Savannah Horton make the concept come alive and her colorful and lively images give clarity to the author’s words, making it easy to understand. It is a beautiful story for bedtime storytelling and can be used in classrooms and Bible classes to help children understand the different ways in which they know God is around.