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Gus Loses His Grip: When You Want Something Too Much (Gustave perd le contrôle - Quand tu as trop envie de quelque chose)

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This beautifully illustrated book invites children to remember that Jesus can help us when we are tempted. Gustave, the raccoon who loves anything sweet, finds out what happens when you crave something too much. After catching her stealing candy, her daddy reminds her that temptation may be too much for us, but not for Jesus. Gustave thus learns that he can count on the One who will always be his support.

Irrepressible desires concern us all. In this book, parents will also find great advice to help their children who have to fight against cravings that can take them too far.

Authors

David Powlison is the director of the Christian Aid Education and Relationship Foundation (CCEF) and has served as a helping relationship counselor for over thirty years. He is the author of several books and brochures including Speaking the Truth with Love ; Towards a renewed helping relationship ; Fighting the good fight ; Angry Christian ; He makes all things new and The grace of God in suffering . He lives with his wife Nan in the suburbs of Philadelphia.

Joe Hox grew up on a farm in southern Iowa where he scribbled pictures when he was not working dig up thistles or feed pigs. Everyone knew from the way he lined up the hay bales that he would choose artistic activity over farm work. He holds a BA in Arts and Education from the University of Dordt and received his MA from the University of Nebraska. He now lives with his wife and their four children in Pella, Iowa, where he does his illustrations and teaches art.

Details

Original title : Gus Loses His Grip: When You Want Something Too Much
Author : David Powlison
Publisher : Excelsis
Pages : 36, colors
Publication : June 2020
Dimensions : 22.3 x 22.4 cm
ISBN : 9782755003956
Weight : 276 g
Format : linked, hard cover

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Sylvie Giroux

Excellent livre !