Thursday, June 30, 2016

"Would a Worm Go on a Walk?" book review

I got the opportunity to review a cute new children's book this month by Hannah Hall.  She asks questions about different creatures such as, "Would a rhino wear a raincoat?" and then she answers with, "NO! Rain doesn't bother him."  In the end, Hannah writes, "But each was formed on purpose by a wise Creator God."  This is a great book that gets the conversation started with kids that God has made each of us in a unique and individual way.  


If you would like the chance to win your own hardcover copy of this book that is geared towards kids 4-7 years old, please leave me a comment about one of the unique ways God has made you or one of your kids.  This giveaway will end July 10th!

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5 comments:

Aleena Grosjean said...

I love how unique each of by boys are: (J) logical (T) servant's heart (D) caring and friendly (I) determined. I am blessed and thankful.

Laura Travis said...

What a super cute book! I am inspired by Tucker's curiosity and Kate has such a compassionate heart!

Laura Travis said...

What a super cute book! I am inspired by Tucker's curiosity and Kate has such a compassionate heart!

Stacey Turner said...

This looks like a great book! I love how unique both of our children are, especially in awe of Sawyer's observant & detailed eye to all of the wonder in the world (that I may miss otherwise) and Ruby's kind and thoughtful nature, always wanting everyone to feel included.

Theresa Walker said...

And the winner is (sorry a little late!)...Stacey Turner!!! Congrats!!!