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Books with title Good Good Father

  • Good Good Father

    Chris Tomlin, Pat Barrett

    eBook (Thomas Nelson, Oct. 4, 2016)
    Inspired by the #1 hit worship song by Chris Tomlin, this precious story teaches children about our Father God's unconditional love and acceptance and that the only gift God wants is our hearts.Grammy Award-winning music artist, Chris Tomlin, and Pat Barrett (Housefires) team up to tell the story of a little bear named Tucker whose life is forever changed when he learns just how great the King's love is for him. When Tucker's friends need help, he journeys to see the King who lives in a castle where the door is always open. Along the way, Tucker encounters a variety of humorous animals filled with ideas about what the King is like. Then finally, he meets the King who runs to him with open arms.This read-aloud storybook for 4- to 8-year-olds:Shows young children the character of God through a fun adventure storyTeaches that God loves His children no matter whatEncourages kids to have a relationship with their Heavenly Father and to ask for His help in prayerSparks family discussions about who God isMakes a calming bedtime read with its warm message of God's caring heartWith whimsical art created by Lorna Hussey, this inspiring story will leave children, young and old, reassured that God is a good, good Father, and they are loved by Him.
  • Good Good Father

    Chris Tomlin, Pat Barrett

    Hardcover (Thomas Nelson, Oct. 4, 2016)
    Inspired by the #1 hit worship song by Chris Tomlin, this precious story teaches children about our Father God's unconditional love and acceptance and that the only gift God wants is our hearts.Grammy Award-winning music artist, Chris Tomlin, and Pat Barrett (Housefires) team up to tell the story of a little bear named Tucker whose life is forever changed when he learns just how great the King's love is for him. When Tucker's friends need help, he journeys to see the King who lives in a castle where the door is always open. Along the way, Tucker encounters a variety of humorous animals filled with ideas about what the King is like. Then finally, he meets the King who runs to him with open arms.This read-aloud storybook for 4- to 8-year-olds:Shows young children the character of God through a fun adventure storyTeaches that God loves His children no matter whatEncourages kids to have a relationship with their Heavenly Father and to ask for His help in prayerSparks family discussions about who God isMakes a calming bedtime read with its warm message of God's caring heartWith whimsical art created by Lorna Hussey, this inspiring story will leave children, young and old, reassured that God is a good, good Father, and they are loved by Him.
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  • Good Good Father

    Chris Tomlin, Pat Barrett, Thomas Nelson

    Audiobook (Thomas Nelson, April 18, 2017)
    Inspired by the number-one hit song "Good Good Father", as heard on Chris Tomlin's new album. You've heard a thousand stories of what the good King is like. Now discover his great love for your child! Grammy Award-winning music artist Chris Tomlin and Pat Barrett (Housefires) team up to tell the story of a little bear named Tucker whose life and townspeople are forever changed when they learn just how great the King's love is for them. When Tucker's friends need help, he goes to see the King, who lives in a castle where the door is always open. Tucker wants to take the perfect gift to the King in hopes he will be convinced to help. Along the way Tucker encounters a variety of humorous animals filled with advice who leave him confused about what the King is like. He doubts whether the King would be willing to help. Just as Tucker is ready to give up, he meets the King, who runs to him with open arms, offering love, acceptance, and help. This precious story will leave children, young and old, reassured that God is a good, good Father, and they are loved by him.
  • The Good Father

    Noah Hawley

    Paperback (Anchor, Jan. 8, 2013)
    From the author of the New York Times bestseller Before the Fall, an intense, psychological novel about one doctor's suspense-filled quest to unlock the mind of a suspected political assassin: his twenty-year old son.As a rheumatologist, Dr. Paul Allen's specialty is diagnosing patients other doctors have given up on. His son, Daniel Allen has always been a good kid but, as a child of divorce, he is also something of a drifter. Which may be why, at the age of nineteen, he quietly drops out of Vassar and begins an aimless journey across the United States, shedding his former skin and eventually even changing his name. One night, Paul is home with his family when a televised news report announces that the Democratic candidate for president has been shot, and Daniel is the lead suspect. Convinced of his son’s innocence Paul begins to trace his sons steps to see where Daniel, or perhaps Paul, went wrong, beginning a harrowing journey--about the responsibilities of being a parent and the capacity for unconditional love in the face of an unthinkable situation—that keeps one guessing until the very end.
  • The Good Father

    Noah Hawley

    eBook (Hodder & Stoughton, March 29, 2012)
    From the creator and writer of the Emmy Award-winning series Fargo, based on the Oscar-winning Coen Brothers film.An ordinary boy with an ordinary life stands accused of killing the next president of the United States.WHAT HAPPENED?Dr Paul Allen is a well-respected man. He lives a happy, comfortable life with his second wife and their family. Until the night when a knock at the door blows his world apart: a hugely popular presidential candidate has been shot, and they say the young man who pulled the trigger is Paul's son.Daniel, the only child from his first, failed marriage, was always a good kid and Paul is convinced his quiet boy is not capable of murder.Overwhelmed by a vortex of feelings, Paul embarks on a mission to understand what happened and why. Following the trail of his son's journey across America, he is forced to re-examine his life as a husband and a parent, and every decision he ever made.What follows is a powerfully emotional and suspense-filled quest that keeps you guessing to the very end.'Monsters don't just become monsters, after all.'
  • The Good Father

    Noah Hawley

    Hardcover (Doubleday, March 20, 2012)
    An intense, psychological novel about one doctor's suspense-filled quest to unlock the mind of a suspected political assassin: his twenty-year old son. As the Chief of Rheumatology at Columbia Presbyterian, Dr. Paul Allen's specialty is diagnosing patients with conflicting symptoms, patients other doctors have given up on. He lives a contented life in Westport with his second wife and their twin sons—hard won after a failed marriage earlier in his career that produced a son named Daniel. In the harrowing opening scene of this provocative and affecting novel, Dr. Allen is home with his family when a televised news report announces that the Democratic candidate for president has been shot at a rally, and Daniel is caught on video as the assassin. Daniel Allen has always been a good kid—a decent student, popular—but, as a child of divorce, used to shuttling back and forth between parents, he is also something of a drifter. Which may be why, at the age of nineteen, he quietly drops out of Vassar and begins an aimless journey across the United States, during which he sheds his former skin and eventually even changes his name to Carter Allen Cash. Told alternately from the point of view of the guilt-ridden, determined father and his meandering, ruminative son, The Good Father is a powerfully emotional page-turner that keeps one guessing until the very end. This is an absorbing and honest novel about the responsibilities—and limitations—of being a parent and our capacity to provide our children with unconditional love in the face of an unthinkable situation.
  • Good Father

    Noah Hawley

    Hardcover (Hodder & Stoughton, March 1, 2012)
    Signed and dated without dedication, sleeved dust jacket and book very good. Shipped from the U.K. All orders received before 3pm sent that weekday.
  • The Good Father

    Noah Hawley, Bruce Turk, Arthur Morey, Ryan Gesell

    Audio CD (Random House Audio, March 20, 2012)
    An intense, psychological novel about one doctor's suspense-filled quest to unlock the mind of a suspected political assassin: his twenty-year old son. As the Chief of Rheumatology at Columbia Presbyterian, Dr. Paul Allen's specialty is diagnosing patients with conflicting symptoms, patients other doctors have given up on. He lives a contented life in Westport with his second wife and their twin sons—hard won after a failed marriage earlier in his career that produced a son named Daniel. In the harrowing opening scene of this provocative and affecting novel, Dr. Allen is home with his family when a televised news report announces that the Democratic candidate for president has been shot at a rally, and Daniel is caught on video as the assassin. Daniel Allen has always been a good kid—a decent student, popular—but, as a child of divorce, used to shuttling back and forth between parents, he is also something of a drifter. Which may be why, at the age of nineteen, he quietly drops out of Vassar and begins an aimless journey across the United States, during which he sheds his former skin and eventually even changes his name to Carter Allen Cash. Told alternately from the point of view of the guilt-ridden, determined father and his meandering, ruminative son, The Good Father is a powerfully emotional page-turner that keeps one guessing until the very end. This is an absorbing and honest novel about the responsibilities—and limitations—of being a parent and our capacity to provide our children with unconditional love in the face of an unthinkable situation.
  • The Good Father

    Noah Hawley

    Paperback (Hodder Paperback, March 15, 2013)
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  • God the Father

    Reverend Jude Winkler O.F.M.

    Paperback (Catholic Book Publishing, Jan. 1, 1999)
    Teaches children about the First Person of the Blessed Trinity. Full-color illustrations.
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  • The Good Father

    Noah Hawley

    Hardcover (Thorndike Press, April 6, 2012)
    Establishing a specialty in diagnosing abandoned patients with conflicting symptoms, Chief of Rheumatology Paul Allen is placed in the position of having to unlock the mind of his son, who has attempted to assassinate a presidential candidate.
  • The Good Father

    Noah Hawley, Jeff Harding

    Audio CD (Oakhill Publishing (CD), March 1, 2013)
    Dr. Paul Allen is home with his family when a televised news report announces that the Democratic candidate for president has been shot at a rally, and his son Daniel is caught on video as the assassin. Daniel Allen has always been a good kid, but he is also something of a drifter.Told alternately from the point of view of the father and his son, this is an absorbing and honest novel about our capacity to provide our children with unconditional love.