By Jeff White
Illustrated by Rogério Coelho
In A Flurry of Worry, the loveable, colorful Beacon has a problem. He's excited to go camping with his best friends... but worries that he hasn't packed enough in his beak. With each new worry, Beacon packs more until he's so weighed down by worry that he can barely walk!
But hooray! Beacon's buddies come to his rescue, encouraging him to lighten his load by allowing God to take away his worries.
Packed with vibrant illustrations and relationship-reinforcing Bible truths, Beacon's story offers relief and hope to an increasing number of kids struggling with anxiety. In this Christian book, kids are reminded in kid-friendly ways that there's no reason to worry because God's always with them, and you'll value the message of letting go of worry as kids draw closer to God.
Check out the entire Best of Buddies book series, including:
- Is Anyone Out There?
- I've Got This!
- I Was Born for This!
- Uh-Oh! I Did It Again!
- I Can Do Anything!
- Good, Gooder, Goodest! Thank You, God!
- That's Not Fair! Doesn't God Care?
- Boohoo to Woohoo! God Is Always Good
Children will love these engaging kids' Bible books as they draw closer to God and discover how special they are to him.
(The Buddies featured in the Best of Buddies series are from Group's Roar vacation Bible school, Group's Shipwrecked vacation Bible school, and Group's Maker Fun Factory vacation Bible school)
8.5" x 11" Hardcover
Jeff White is a lead content developer for Group Publishing, where he's written or co-written 15 books for church ministry and faith development, including the Friends With God Story Bible. He has a passion for helping people grow their creativity, and leads creativity workshops at ministry conferences around the country. A graduate of Biola University, Jeff has also published several books for young readers, including The Runaway Candy Cane.
Rogério Coelho was born in São Paulo, Brazil, and lives in Curitiba, a city in the south of Brazil with his wife, Regina, and their children, Gabriel, Pedro and Laís. He has already illustrated more than 100 books and received several awards for his work, including the Jabuti Prize—the most important literary award in Brazil—in 2012 and 2016.