Sometimes God gives me ideas when I am in my bed. That’s when He gave me the idea for this book. I wanted to write a book that would teach children that a developing baby in the womb is not just a piece of tissue but a human—created and formed in God’s image. I wanted children to know that they were created special, even in their mother’s womb (see Psalm 139:13b). The names Dayspring and Harah (pronounced haw-raw´) are both from the Bible. Harah is a Hebrew word that means “to be or become pregnant, conceive.” Dayspring is used in the New Testament (Luke 1:76-79) to describe Jesus as a light to a dark world. It means “the dawn.” This story shows that even in the womb, babies are functional human beings and not simply a glob of tissue. To emphasize the fact that unborn babies are fully human from conception, I exaggerate certain aspects and actions of Dayspring. She talks and eats; she experiences feelings such as disgust, excitement, dizziness, and even smugness. Also, she is already developing her talent of gymnastics. Children who understand the value of life in a mother’s womb will grow into adults who appreciate the lives of their own children. This, dear readers, is what I hope to accomplish with this book. THE AUTHOR: Indya Rennie was five years old when she started writing. She loves to read and write and hopes to pen several books as she gets older. Indya is particularly interested in teaching biblical truths through her writing. She is the author of a quarterly newsletter called G.O.O.D (Glimpse Of Our Deity) Times which she has been publishing since she was eight years old. Indya is 13 years old and lives in Delaware with her father, mother, nine-year-old sister, three-year-old brother, and four-year-old dog. THE ILLUSTRATOR: Stacie Desautels of Daisy DeZigns Art Studio in Salisbury, Maryland, offers a fresh style, full of swirling colors designed to delight the viewer. This book was particularly meaningful for Stacie to illustrate because she is adopted and personally spared from abortion. A two-time breast cancer survivor, Desautels has a true appreciation for the special moments and miracles that occur every day. Stacie recognizes her talent and passion for painting as a gift from God, the Master Artist, to be used to touch hearts and inspire changed lives. Visit Stacie at www.daisydezignsartstudio.com.