Book Look: “Good Good Father”

By Natalie Dupuis, November 1, 2016

The Chris Tomlin/Pat Barrett hit song “Good Good Father” has been transformed into a sweet-as-pie children’s book. A small bear named Tucker learns from different townspeople the qualities they know about their king, some true and some misleading. Tucker ends up learning about the deep, deep love the king has for his people. The story may be meant for kids, but the simple truths taught in this book (and the song) are important ones to come back to time and time again, especially during our most stressful or frustrating moments.

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