“With a passion for sharing God’s love with the next generation, LeAnne has created a fun, rhyming book that young children will enjoy.”
Steven James, award-winner author and storyteller
Delightfully deep, God’s Name is a Tower is a sing-song book introducing little ones to our great big God. Through rhythmic verse and whimsical illustrations, children will learn about the character of God and find that He is Shepherd and Judge, Redeemer and King, Creator, Provider, our Everything!
Based on Proverbs 18:10, “The name of the Lord is a strong tower, the righteous runs into it and is safe,” God’s Name is a Tower instills strong Biblical truths in the hearts and minds of readers and listeners alike.
Available February 1, 2019
“Children will request God’s Name is a Tower to be read over and over, being drawn in by the sing-song rhyming pattern. Parents will gladly oblige, knowing that the text is rooted in Scripture and teaches children a lesson about the power of God’s love and provision.”
Dr. Karin J. Keith, Department Chair, Curriculum and Instruction, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN
“LeAnne Blackmore’s new book, God’s Name is a Tower, is a gift to parents and children. . . . God’s Name is a Tower is rooted in Scripture and declares the goodnesss of God and God’s love for us. The beautiful poetry flows directly out of God’s Word and makes these timeless truths accessible to children right when they most need to learn of God’s love. As I read the book I found myself wishing this beautiful book was in my hands when I was raising my children. What a treasure! Grab a copy today or give one as a gift to a child that you love and you want to know of the confident love of God.”
Ethan Magness, Senior Minister at First Christian Church, Johnson City, TN
“We must do what we can to make the intent of the written words come alive. In her new book, God’s Name is a Tower, LeAnne Blackmore is doing just that . . . making the Written Word come alive. What a grand and novel idea to present the character of God in a sing-song format so that these young minds will enjoy the process of learning about the character of God in a way that makes sense to them and in a way that they will be able to easily commit these truths to memory. . . . I heartily recommend God’s Name is a Tower for the young, and not so young, learners in your life.”
Jerry Williams, School Chancellor for Providence Academy, Johnson City, TN