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Taste and see his steadfast love,
Honey wafers from above.

Sons and daughters, can’t you see?
God made you his family.

Children love food, and this beautiful book will help them see God’s goodness in the food he provides for all his children all through the Bible. From fruit trees in the garden, manna in the wilderness, and bread and fish by the sea of Galilee, to the final marriage supper of the Lamb, children will learn to “taste and see that the Lord is good.”

In Taste and See, author Irene Sun and illustrator Hannah Y. Lu provide a bird’s eye view of the Bible using the idea of hunger and feasting to tell the story of redemption in a narrative poem set to the tune of “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.” Children ages 4–7 will discover that everything their hearts hunger for can be found in Jesus—the one whose broken body and shed blood is made visible in the bread and wine we eat together to celebrate Christ’s death and resurrection. Each meal we share until Jesus comes is a time to remember God’s love for all his children. The resource page at the end of the book will equip parents to go deeper into these truths with their children.

Taste and See is the first release in the Biblical Theology for Kids series.

About the Author and Illustrator

Irene Sun, MAR, THM, was born in Malaysia. She is a Bible teacher and the author of the picture books God Counts: Numbers in His Word and His World and Taste and See: All about God’s Goodness. She studied liturgy and literature at Yale University and Old Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. She teaches her four boys at home with her preacher husband. They serve at and belong to Pittsburgh Chinese Church.

Hannah Y. Lu is a teacher and illustrator who loves telling and sharing stories. She grew up in Portland, OR, went to school in Los Angeles, and now lives in Pittsburgh, PA. She lives with her husband and cute but obedience-challenged dog.

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