The story of our salvation is arguably the most important story that we have to know as we walk in faith with Jesus as our Lord and Savior. He came down to Earth, and with humility, He taught us the principles of heaven. His life, teachings, and death are undoubtedly the cornerstone of our faith.
But how do you teach this to children?
Elliot introduces Jesus Christ in, “The Everything Tree” through an allegorical representation of salvation in which the Father and Jesus are represented as the Gardener and the Tree. The plot of the book will revolve around a Gardener and His Beloved Tree. This tale depicts the perfect and selfless love of a Savior who came down from heaven to save the lost, as well as the Father’s willingness to give up His most Precious One to atone for our sins.
The book will introduce children to Jesus’ works and journey in a way that is appropriate for their age. It tells the story of redemption in a unique way that will captivate children’s attention and minds. Elliott makes the book much more engaging by using secret words and messages that will pique children’s interest. The book’s overall child-friendliness is enhanced by the pleasant and vibrant hand-drawn illustrations and Elliott’s rhyming scheme writing style, which makes it fun and easy to read.
Elliot and her series of faith-based books would undoubtedly aid in the development of every child’s character in the manner in which they should develop. Her biblical writing style inspires faith, perseverance, and confidence in our God-given identities.
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The Everything Tree
Author: Linda Elliott
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date: April 2021
Book Genre: Children’s Book
About the Author:
Linda Joyce Thornsberry Elliott is the author and illustrator of several books including “Pumpkin Pilgrimage,” “Fun In The Park,” “The High-Back Forty,” “Who’s Going To Tie Your Shoes,” “Among The Elbows,” “The Everything Tree,” “Three Trees Over,” and “Doctor Cow.” The book Behold Easter is written by Linda but Willie, her husband, did the photography, and she is the author of Back Street Butterfly which is illustrated by Lewis Newman.

She is a graduate of Alice Lloyd College in ‘Knott County Kentucky where she attended for two years and then attended and graduated from Berea College in Madison County Kentucky. She taught kindergarten and first grade for twenty-seven years. She is now retired and lives in McDowell, Kentucky with her husband Willie. They have one son Ryan.