Aunt Ruby, Do I Look like God?

Aunt Ruby, Do I Look like God?

By Alyice Edrich

Aunt Ruby, Do I Look like God?

By Ruby L. Taylor

Illustrated by Maria Rask

In a society of many nationalities, it's only a matter of time before a child wonders who God really looks like. How can God say He made man in His own image when we obviously have many different features? In Aunt Ruby, Do I Look Like God? children are allowed to wonder this age-old question, but then in the twinkle of an eye, they're given the reassurance they need in knowing that "yes, they do look like God and so does everyone else in the world."

Sometimes, it's the simple answers to our questions that leave us with the most profound "aha" momentÂ…and this was the case for Ruby and her niece.

Finally, you won't want to miss the captivating illustrations in this children's book. I can't help but find myself wondering if and when Ruby will turn that beautiful cover art into a greeting card and poster line.

About the Author:

Courtesy of Alyice Edrich, editor of The Dabbling; where BUSY parents find advice, balance, inspiration, and how-to e-books. Visit

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