This delightful picture book from bestselling author Mark Batterson and his daughter encourages young children to make the most of each day--even when they encounter frustrations along the way.
Bert's day starts with stubbing his toe on a toy. Ouch!
His favorite shirt is in the wash, so he has to wear his second favorite. Ugh.
Then his dog chews up his sneakers. And to make this Saturday even worse, Bert has to go to work with his dad all day. Bert is sure this is the WORST DAY EVER!
Then it starts raining as he and his dad take a quick walk. But his dad shows him that, while he can't control what
happens to him, Bert can control how
he responds. Every day is a gift, and a bad day doesn't have to end that way. Whether rain or shine, his dad assures him, Bert can always WIN THE DAY! This charming collaboration between bestselling author Mark Batterson and his daughter, Summer Batterson Dailey, brings home for young readers the truth that they can take charge of their big emotions.Author:
Mark Batterson, Summer Batterson DaileyPublisher:
8.67h x 8.76w x 0.35dISBN:
About the AuthorBenedetta Capriotti
Mark Batterson is the New York Times bestselling author of numerous books for adults, including Whisper, Chase the Lion, and Win the Day, as well as several books for children, including God Speaks in Whispers and The Blessing of You. He is the lead pastor of National Community Church in Washington, D.C. One church in seven locations, NCC owns and operates Ebenezers Coffeehouse, The Miracle Theatre, and the DC Dream Center. Mark holds a doctor of ministry degree from Regent University. He and his wife, Lora, have three children and live on Capitol Hill.
Summer Batterson Dailey has a master's degree in social work from the University of Kentucky and works as a licensed social worker in Washington, D.C. She previously collaborated with her dad on the children's books God Speaks in Whispers and The Blessing of You.
also illustrated the Battersons' God Speaks in Whispers
and The Blessing of You.
She attended a school of fashion and technical drawing before joining the illustration class at the International School of Comics in Rome.