Mark Batterson, Summer Batterson DaileyMultnomah / 2020 / HardcoverOur Price$7.994.5 out of 5 stars for God Speaks in Whispers. View reviews of this product. 2 Reviews
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Stacey C5 Stars Out Of 5Clear message about God's love, beautiful illustrationsOctober 5, 2020Stacey CQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Really liked this book for young kids. The illustrations are gorgeous, there is plenty of diversity with kids just being kids, and the font is beautiful and varied. The gospel message is watered down, but maybe the Battersons intended for it to be that way. This is a great intro book for kids, but there is not a definite gospel message. If the intent is to introduce God to children who have not been exposed to Him before, this is a great book! If you are looking for something to teach your children the gospel, this is not the book; however, the message is made very clear to the young listeners that God loves them. I thought it was a wonderful story, and I cannot wait to read it to my granddaughter.
Sarah PDubuque, IAAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5charming bookSeptember 22, 2020Sarah PDubuque, IAAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4What I like about the book:
Physical book, good size, solid cover, thick pages to last over many hands and years.
Illustrations by Benedetta Caprotti- realistic, diverse characters. including a wheelchair, different ages, skin tones, hair, etc. Pictures are warm, endearing, and draw the reader in, perfectly kidlike.
The rhythm/rhyme of the book adds to its charm.
Questions that will build listener response and interactions, as well as conversations.
Answers that will continue the conversation.
Showing who God is.
God's Voice- how does God talk to us since it's not audible? and answered- with His Word.
Emotions- identifying them.
Elements of God's character, with you, waiting, pointing the way, ...
What I wonder about the book:
why there are no verses within the pages.
some of the rhymings seemed a bit forced.
it's a long book will littles sit for the whole thing?
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