Monday, August 8, 2016

God Made You Just Right--Book Review

                                                   God Made You Just Right Board Book   -     By: Jill Roman Lord
About the book (from Amazon)...
A bright and cheerful reminder that God made each of us special and unique
Here is a message that every parent will want to share with his or her child: You're brilliantly created and there s no one else like you! With easy-to-understand descriptions and simple, rhyming text, Jill Roman Lord shares the message that God created each of us in just the right way in a manner that even the youngest child will understand. Bright and engaging illustrations from Amy Wummer pair perfectly with the text and enhance the appeal of the book.
Ages 2-5.

And I thought ...
What a precious little book filled with God's plan and promises for each child.  It's a small little toddlers board book.  An excellent introduction to God's love and promises for the toddler.   

Parents will love reading this little book to their children. 

The illustrations by Amy Wummer are delightful depicting children baking cookies, building sandcastles, running and jumping and playing.  

I love that the story is based on Jeremiah 29:11 and is printed on the last page.  Giving parents an opportunity to share this verse with their toddler over and over every time they read the book. What a great verse to be the first verse a child learns!

I recommend this book for parents, grandparents and teachers.  Its a great book for a church nursery or toddler classroom.  

5 big 'ole stars are 'Just Right' for God Made You Just Right!  You won't be disappointed.  

A complimentary copy from Worthy Publishing was offered to me in exchange for my honest review. 

This review will be posted at My Journey Back  Good Reads. 
This post is linked at the following blog parties:
The Art Of Homemaking, Create with Joy, Wake Up Wednesday
Share Your CupThe Homemaking Party, Grace At Home,  
Simple Sweet Fridays,  Friday Features
And the following retailers . . . 
AmazonBarnes and Noble and CBC.  

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