GOD PLANNED IT THAT WAY by Carolyn Edna Muller

GOD PLANNED IT THAT WAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In a sugared series of questions and answers, young Bobbie learns from his mother about how God planned everything. The determinism sets phenomena- wind, rain, flowers, buildings, Mother, the community, other people- in their always proper place, i.e., as they are here and now, with emphasis on people helping each other and being happy as the most important of God's plans in our happy world. Fine, but who can be so sure God did plan it that way? We think even the youngest of us needs to know about deviants and causes. A speckled effect in Lloyd Dotterer's blue and lavender and pale brown drawings enhances the sentiment.

Pub Date: Aug. 11th, 1952
Publisher: Abingdon-Cokesbury