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New picture book from Flyaway Books shares that God is always with us

God may not appear in ways we expect, but we can be certain God is with us

by Flyaway Books | Special to Presbyterian News Service

LOUISVILLE ­— Flyaway Books has released its latest children’s book, “God’s Coming to Visit!” by Franz Hübner and illustrators Angela Glökler and Rea Grit Zielinski.

“God’s Coming to Visit!” shares the story of various animals who learn that God is coming for a visit. Each animal wants to do something to impress God but together, they find themselves unsure of what would be special enough for such an occasion. With sensitivity and humor, the book explores the nature of God’s presence and love, affirming that although God may not appear in the ways we expect, we can always be certain that God is with us.

“A humorous tale that gets across the message that God is here to stay,” says Kirkus Reviews about the book.

The book is available in a jacketed hardback format and is ideal for children ages 3-7. The retail price is $18. Order a copy today wherever books are sold.

About Flyaway Books

Flyaway Books is a picture book program dedicated to themes of diversity, inclusivity, compassion and kindness. For more information, visit

Franz Hübner is a longtime author and publisher known for writing stories that address children’s questions about God. He lives in Germany.

Angela Glökler and Rea Grit Zielinski collaborated on the artwork in this book. They both live in Germany.

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