Lights Of The World

Author Interview
Tim and Cindy Morrison Author Interview

The Greatest Light is a picture book that engages children with examples of kindness that they can embody. What was the inspiration for the setup to your story?

Our inspiration was the Bible verse that is quoted at the end of our book. Jesus said, “You are the light of the world.” Our desire is to inspire children to live their daily lives as lights of the world, and to show them that small gestures of kindness can mean a lot to the recipient of that kindness.

The art in the book was beautiful. What was the art collaboration process like with illustrator Steve Worthington?

Steve is a very talented, hardworking artist and he’s a great communicator too. He listened, created, listened again and revised until we were happy with the finished product. His art makes the story. We couldn’t be more pleased.

What were some themes that were important for you to explore in this book?

The theme we want to convey is the love a grandparent has for his grandchildren and the desire he has for his grandchildren to live lives that show kindness and love, bringing glory and honor to Our Father in heaven.

What is the next book that you are working on and when will it be available?

We are currently working on The Greatest Servant. Steve is working on it now. We’d like to publish it next fall, as its setting is Christmastime.

Author Links: Amazon | GoodReads

Go on an adventure with Poppy and his grandchildren as they discover the greatest light in the world.

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