Aaron Chipley hopes to teach children the value of uniqueness and appreciation of God’s gift
Debuting author Aaron Chipley marks his entry in the publishing scene with the release of “A Little Star Named Theodore” (published by WestBow Press), an illustrated children’s book that seeks to teach young readers the value of uniqueness and appreciation of God’s gift.
A long time ago, in a special place, in the dark night sky, lived a little star named Theodore. Theodore lived with his brothers and sisters and many other stars. But he was different. All the other stars were bigger than Theodore. He had seven points instead of five points like all the other stars and he sparkled in the seven colors of the rainbow. Even though Theodore was small, he shined brighter than any of the other stars. What could be the reason behind it?
In colorful illustration and easy childlike language, “A Little Star Named Theodore” explains that everyone has been created uniquely for God’s purpose. It aims to help children discover and embrace the unique gifts God has given them.
“Children live in an environment where it’s important to ‘fit in’ with their peers. This book celebrates the uniqueness of a child that may set him/her apart from his/her peers, may be a gift from God that He will use to bring Him glory,” Chipley shares.
“A Little Star Named Theodore”
By Aaron Chipley
Softcover | 8.5 x 11in | 24 pages | ISBN 9781973642398
E-Book | 24 pages | ISBN 9781973642404
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Aaron Chipley is a husband, father and grandfather. He has worked with children for many years. He has raised two sons, has two granddaughters and has taught young children in Sunday school, Awana, and Bible study fellowship.