Madison is in a bad mood. Everyone is excited about welcoming a new baby into the family, but she is not so sure. While Mum and Dad go to the hospital, Madison reluctantly stays with her grandparents, with the baby’s soft pink gift in tow. In Grandma’s garden and at the beach, Madison gets thinking about birds and bees and brand new babies, and asks ‘Did God make me as well?’ Join Madison as she discovers that we are all fearfully and wonderfully made by a loving God, and a blessing to our families.
Wonderfully Madison is a beautifully presented and very reasonably priced book. The story is a realistic representation of how many young children respond to the news of a new and rival sibling, with a truly Christian approach.
Margaret Sanders, Managing Director of Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) Australia
About the author
Penny Reeve is the author of more than 13 children’s books including the popular Find the Animal and Tania Abbey series. As the child of missionaries, she grew up in a variety of cross-cultural settings and loves to write about how faith changes the way we respond to the world around us. Penny now lives in western Sydney with her husband, two sons and a daughter who once owned a very floppy orange hat.
About the illustrator
Jemima Trappel has been drawing people and things since she could hold a pencil. She spent five years in and around Sydney’s College of Fine Arts in Paddington, and loved it so much that she signed on for MTS (Ministry Training Strategy) for FEVA (Fellowship for Evangelism in the Visual Arts). Jemima currently lives in Sydney’s inner west where she attends Petersham Evening Church.