Copyright ©2012 by Brion Martin
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I dedicate this book to my mother, and to all the single mothers out there who, even in the midst of so many dark days, take time to teach us about the Light of Christ. Thank you for everything. I love you Momma.
Ice cream Mountains, frosting covered roofs, and trees that grow balloons! A little boy immersed in his imagination learns that God is creator of all things seen and unseen – and the possibilities are endless. “I Wonder if They Grow Balloon Trees on the Moon,” is a children’s book written in rhyme about a little boy with lots of questions. His mother uses his questions as way for him to see the world around them as a beautiful place, created by a creative God. She keeps his imagination stimulated by highlighting the wonders of the things we have seen and peaks his interest about the things we have yet to discover – maybe balloon trees on the moon!