My mom drives my sister to preschool. I see the tops of trees and traffic lights.
We pass many tall buildings and cranes so high. They cause me great delight.
I can see tall poles that catch long strings and send them on their way.
The lines seem endless and never stop, “Where are they going today?”
Newborns and young children spend a great deal of time in a car seat looking up and out the back seat window. What thoughts might go through the mind of these very young children? This book gives a little peek into the mind and visual perspective of these children as they make their way through those first months. They are coming down from their heavenly home and looking up in remembrance. As they get a glimpse of sky and sun and clouds, could it be part of a grand design for these youngsters to be in touch with their memories and “feel the comfort of the heaven they knew so well and the love they’ve come to tell”?
About the Author
Marian S. Taylor, EdD, is a retired university professor. Her career began at the elementary level where she taught first grade and served as a reading specialist. She was director of the university laboratory school and a chairperson of a university department. She taught undergraduate and graduate classes while at the university and spent many years directing the program for the development of reading specialists.
Marian has been very involved with her family and with church activities. She is the mother of three grown children and is very proud of her grandchildren.