In Twitch and the Invisible Wind, little Twitch learns to fly. His friends have lots of advice, but they can’t seem to help Twitch get off the ground. Finally, they realize he’s afraid. How can he trust the air to hold him up when he can’t even see it? With help from his friends, Twitch begins to notice that the air is always there, showing up in the soft breeze, the wild wind, even the little gusts that help him get off the ground. The wind reminds Twitch and his friends that God is like the wind—always with us and showing up in surprising ways.
Your favorite owls now have their own books! Featuring the funny, feathery friends from the Owlegories video series, this new line of books from Sparkhouse Family will have preschoolers giggling as they learn about the ways nature teaches us about God. Each book includes a short family devotional to help grown-ups talk more about the object lesson of the story through simple activities, memory verses, even adventures that will get you out of the house and into God’s glorious creation.
"A thoroughly charming story with a positive underlying value message, 'Twitch and the Invisible Wind' is an impressively entertaining and original tale for children ages 2 to 5."–Midwest Book Review