Trust. Belief. Purpose. Doubt. Perseverance.
Do we continue to believe in our purpose when it no longer makes sense?
Join us in a whimsical tale that will resonate within the hearts of readers of all ages. And ask if you don’t see yourself in this adventurous caterpillar, Katrina, as she wrestles with the reality of her purpose during the darkness of her circumstances.
In “Katrina: Growing Wings,” you and your children will discover a young caterpillar who, despite her humble surroundings, knows that she is destined to see the world. Her garden-mate’s scoffing and ridicule does not dissuade her from this belief, as she is reassured of her purpose daily. Although she is unaware of how she will see the world, she is faithful to do what she can where she is at. When her circumstances radically change, will Katrina continue to trust her source and her belief that she will see the world? Or will she allow doubt, fear and silence dictate a new reality?
Grandparents & parents will enjoy sharing the timeless truth
The simple message is easily grasped by young children as they recognize the physical truth of caterpillars becoming butterflies by design and purpose. It helps them recognize that not all struggles are without great benefit.
Children of all ages will love its soft watercolors.
“Katrina: Growing Wings” is a beautiful book about learning to trust that God’s purpose is true, especially during dark times. Because the lessons of trust, belief, perseverance apply universally to all, this book has been given at graduations, at times of trial and to offer hope. Katrina will be seen in upcoming books that wrap about valuable life lessons as she does, indeed, see the world. Keep your eyes open for this adventurous little character to find her way into your hearts and homes.
Targeted Age Group: 4-10
Book Price: 2.99
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