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Coffee-table story books by Patti Rokus are available. Discounts on Amazon
1. A Savior is Born, Rocks tell the story of Christmas.
2. He Is Risen, Rocks tell the story of Easter.
3. Rock Nature, The wonder of being in the wild, is being created right now--coming in 2020.
Amazon Reviewer: "This book deserves every last five-star review it has on here. This has got to be one of the sweetest books about the Savior I have ever read, for children or adults—sure to touch the heart of anyone fortunate enough to read it. The emotion conveyed on each page through the simple arrangement of rocks is astounding. And if the pictures and accompanying messages and scripture are not enough to bring you to tears, the note from the author at the end of the book certainly will. Heartfelt, simple, and poignant. A homerun!"
"How to" Nature Activities with rocks
Why Jesus Matters
Yes, you have my permission!
Many organizations, world wide, ask to use these videos in their classes and services. I'm thrilled! All I ask is that you contact me to let me know who you are and how you are using them. It's just so rewarding to know these are used to bring people closer to God! Also, I can translate the text of the videos into your language if you send me the translations! Email me (Patti) at RocksTellStories@gmail.com
I am available for speaking engagements--podcasts and live presentations.
Email: PattiRokus@gmail.com Text: 801-518-9855
This book is simple and beautiful! My children went straight to the backyard to collect rocks so that they could retell the story! This book will be a family tradition to kickoff the Christmas season!
Bree, Mother & Professor
Something about these pages and the fact that the story is told with ordinary rocks is so powerful. My kids keep asking questions about the story and now have a new way to play with rocks!
Cynthia Powell, Grandmother
This book has captured my heart! ❤️ It is creative and expresses the simplicity and grandeur of nature.
Rocks really can tell a story in a beautiful way!
"I find it hard to believe that something so primitive can bring one to tears. I am mesmerized. I cannot wait to share these moments, reading, rock combing & creating, with my grandchildren, nieces, and nephews and look forward to an art that will be carried forward throughout our many generations!" - Jessica Edouard, Artist
"How this artist finds everyday rocks that literally convey emotions and portray scriptures, is beyond me. This is a cross-generational book that grandparents can read to their grands, parents to their kids and yet is beautiful enough to be a coffee table showpiece. When my grands read it, they were captivated by the astounding concept that rocks, indeed, tell stories. And the message of Jesus' life came through loud and clear. Minutes after they were done with the book, they excitedly ran outside to collect their OWN rocks to tell their OWN stories of God's love. ---Ronna Snyder, Author, Mother & Harley Rider
Bring baggies when you go outside.
- You never know when a rock will want to go home with you.
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Bring baggies when you go outside.You never know when a rock will want to go home with you.
Publishers Weekly Review
Following A Savior Is Born: Rocks Tell the Story of Christmas, Rokus offers a visual narrative of Jesus’s crucifixion and resurrection through artful arrangements of stones, with scripture verses appearing throughout. The figure of Jesus is crafted with a round, stone head, and shapely rocks form his sweeping robe: “Jesus came to earth to bring healing and joy to all who follow Him, and to lead us home to God.” Rokus represents “people who wanted to kill Him” as sinister stone faces with angry, slanted eyebrows and open mouths. Other scenes depict Jesus riding a stone donkey, washing the disciples’ feet, on the cross, and his resurrection: “After three days, Jesus came back to life! We will all live again because He conquered death.” An inventive and moving telling of the Easter story. (February 5, 2019)