Author: Annalisa Hall, Corey Egbert (Illustrator)
Your children don't see the Holy Ghost, but that doesn't mean they can't feel his presence. Adapted from the bestselling picture book, this board book depicts characteristics of the Holy Ghost by comparing them to objects children remember and relate to. These meaningful analogies will help your little ones recognize the Holy Ghost as a real influence in their lives.
About the Contributors:
Annalisa Hall is a graduate of LDS Business College and Brigham Young University, an author, blogger, wife, fast-paced helpmate, mother of three, mom-prenuer, child of God, amazing friend, sewing extraordinaire, ready reader, efficient secretary, glorified storyteller, poetess, busy homemaker, an "Aunt Anna" 39 times over, a great aunt, lame cook, better baker, great primary teacher, proud visiting teacher, green thumbkin, thrifty shopper, tip junkie, lego queen, airsoft enthusiast, graphic designer, eco-friendly house cleaner, chauffeur, hubby's best friend, and fanatic.
Corey Egbert has illustrated numerous books and publications, including "The Holy Ghost is Like A Blanket" by Annalisa Hall and the Niuhi Shark Saga series by Lehua Parker. He has also exhibited his work in galleries and won several awards for his handmade prints and digital illustrations. He studied art at Snow College in Ephraim, Utah, and is currently a student at Southern Virginia University where he is studying art history, classic literature, and philosophy. He lives in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley region of Virginia with his wife Natalya, son Oliver, and their cat, Rex.