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Happy Day Books, Bible Stories: Seven Special Days
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God created everything we see... in Seven Special Days!
Explore the world of Happy Day Books - filled with fun-to-read stories that teach Christian values. Ages 3-7.
|Format: Other, N/A|
Number of Pages: 16
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2005
Series: Happy Day
God created everything we see . . . in Seven Special Days! This early reader 16-page book teaches kids about the Bible and character traits.
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Christine M. Irvin4 Stars Out Of 5February 6, 2010Christine M. IrvinSeven Special Days, written by Henrietta D. Gambil, is a short picture book about the creation of the universe. Like most books about creation, this one starts with the beginning, when there was nothing at all, and ends with the seventh day, when God rested. Then, the author adds this paragraph:Im glad that God created Everything we can see.But most of all Im gladThat he loves even me!Thank you, God.As you can see, the text is in rhyme. Parts of it are fine (like this verse), but there are many parts where the rhyme scheme is forced or the rhythm is off. Although this is true, the text also includes repetition at the end of most of the verses, making it more readable and enjoyable for kids.The mostly bright illustrations by Hallie Gillett are cute, cartoon-like and very kid-friendly.What I Like: The illustrations are my favorite part, especially the depiction of the creation of Eve!What I Dislike: Ive said it before, and Ill probably say it again, books written in rhyme are very difficult to do well. Unfortunately, this is another example of the when the rhyme just doesnt work well.Overall Rating: Good.Christian Children's Book Review
Melissa Vanpopering5 Stars Out Of 5August 21, 2009Melissa VanpoperingGreat Book for younger kids we are using theses as prizes in our children's treasure box
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