Publisher description for Shaoey and Dot : a thunder and lightning bug story / Mary Beth and Steven Curtis Chapman ; illustrated by Jim Chapman.


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Shaoey and Dot help children conquer their fear of the dark. When the lights go out one stormy night, Shaoey becomes frightened. Dot, her little ladybug friend, humorously explains that there are some things to be scared of-like if there's an elephant in the bunk bed above you or if you're with a bunch of monkeys and only have one banana. But, as Dot tells Shaoey, dark is just a place with the lights off, and God is in the dark just like everywhere else. A Thunder and Lightning Bug Story, with adorable characters illustrated by Jim Chapman, was written from the experience of Mary Beth and Steven Curtis Chapman and is sure to comfort any little one who is hesitant to turn out the lights.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Fear of the dark -- Fiction.
Christian life -- Fiction.
Chinese Americans -- Fiction.
Ladybugs -- Fiction.
Stories in rhyme.