Overall, I’ve had a good experience with self-publishing. Would I rather be traditionally published? YES! But self-publishing is a really good option for niche books. Anyway, I’m blogging about Trinity for Tots again because I’m finally getting my author copies! I ordered so many I had to wait extra long for printing & delivery, but now I can say, although Amazon released sooner, today I get to release Trinity for Tots! So buy now and get it in time for Trinity Sunday! 😀
What is Trinity for Tots
Trinity for Tots is an easy, Bible-based introduction to the holy Trinity. Rhyming couplets pair with watercolors to teach toddlers what the Christian God says about Himself. God is pictured using hands, doves, crosses, a manger scene, and a picture of Jesus above a traditional altar.
This is written for families with children ages six or seven and under. It’s a theological picture book: sound, straightforward, and winsome.
The book is fairly ecumenical—it being focused on the Trinity and all. It does include a visual of an infant baptism and a traditional sanctuary with altar, pulpit, and hymn boards.
If you’d like, you can guess what hymns we picked. Then look up the hymns from the hymn boards in your Lutheran Service Book!
My previous children’s books were traditionally published. This was my first foray into self-publishing something with so many illustrations, but I am just so pleased with Jamie Truwe and her daughter Naomi! I treasure their time and talents. I couldn’t be happier with the illustrations. This book will be a wonderful gift for many children to come!
Where Can You Get It?
Yes, you can ask local bookstores & libraries to order it, too, though that will depend, in part, on what company distributes books to them.
Presale for Ad Crucem is OVER, though I think Jamie’s copies will still take just a little while longer to arrive. 🙂
Please help spread the word.
Got questions? Just ask! I’m already dreaming about a follow-up titled, Trinity for Children.