Sally is a quiet little girl, but she is always on the lookout for ways to help. While other kids are too busy talking to notice, Sally is the first to fill any need. But one day she helps one of her classmates, and all the other kids begin to notice her actions. “What does it mean to be a silent doer?” they all wonder. Soon the entire school learns how important it is to help others. Silent Sally aims to help kids learn that God wants us to not just hear, but practice doing what His Word says by following Christ’s example in serving and giving. Written in rhyme, the book also includes a Note to Parents, and suggested discussion to help children ages 5 and up apply the story to their lives. Author and illustrator Walls is an animation artist who has helped to create family feature films such as Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King and The Prince of Egypt.