The children's book Nonnie What's God?in 2009 was awarded the 

Bronze Moonbeam Children's Book Award

Category: Religion/Spirituality. 

The Award for "Celebrating Youthful Curiosity, Discovering And Learning                                  Through Books And Reading.                                                              

In her  children's book Nonnie shares that:    (God is Love!)

I feel that God gave us grandchildren to love and guide throughout our lives.  My prayer for all children is that they will never feel alone and that through my writing I can play a small part in guiding them  into God's hands.   Writing can be challenging though I have a deep desire to continue to share God through religious books for Children.

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I  Pray that our Heavenly Father will continue to use me as a tool to assist Parents and Grandparents in their personal desires to teach  children about God.

​​​How do I explain that God is the Creator of all things?  Or how my heart is filled with his Spirit each and every day?

I stopped for a moment, folding my hands to pray and ask our Heavenly Father to guide my answer, noticing that Abby had done the same.


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               He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is Love.   I John  4:8

( Excerpt of the Award winning Religous/Spiritual Children's book Nonnie, What's God?)

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Illustrator:Jenniffer Julich


Check out what Jenniffer has to share about her illustrations for "Nonnie, What's God?"

in this Spiritual Children's book.                                                                                                              

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Abby and her grandma, Nonnie, have a very special afternoon together in "Nonnie, What's God?"

When you're just three years old, your learning so much and Abby is no different; asking questions and learning from her Grandmother Nonnie.