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Discover 4 Yourself, Children's Bible Study Series: God's Amazing Creation (Genesis Chapters 1 and 2)Kay Arthur, Janna ArndtHarvest House Publishers / 2001 / Trade Paperback$7.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 11 Reviews
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Only God Can Make A Kitten, written by award-winning author Rhonda Gowler Greene and illustrated by bestselling artist Laura J. Bryant, follows a conversation between a mother and child as the child repeatedly asks "Mama, who made . . . ?" In the end, children learn that God is responsible for everything in creationincluding kittens!
Maria5 Stars Out Of 5Calm story perfect for bedtimeMay 14, 2015MariaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Only God Can Make a Kitten by Rhonda Gowler Green and illustrated by Laura J. Bryant is a sweet book explaining to little kids that God created all the wonders we see from little seeds to snow to you. My son loved it, and we read it twice. My son especially loved the kitten in the pictures. I loved how detailed and calm all the illustrations were.
Each page starts out with a little boy asking his mom where something came from, and the mom explaining that God made it. The illustrations match little kids personalities and make it endearing to kids and parents alike. I loved the repetition and rhyming throughout the book; it was very well done. Plus, everything about the story seemed gentle and peaceful making it the perfect bedtime story. The publisher recommends it for 4-8 year old kids, but I think it's better suited for ages 3-6. I could see 2 year olds enjoying this story, too since the rhymes on each page are short and to the point. I know my son would have been fine at that age because the illustrations are detailed and encompass the whole page. It would have helped him stay still. ;-)
I highly recommend this book. I'm always looking for books that reiterate Biblical truths in a fun, imaginative way, and I'm really pleased with our newest addition to our library.
I was given this book free from Booklook Bloggers in exchange for an honest review.
Melissa5 Stars Out Of 5Really sweet little story!April 1, 2015MelissaQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5BookLook Bloggers provided me with a complimentary copy of this book to review. All opinions are my own. The book is basically a conversation between a curious little boy who asks him mom where some of his favorite things in the world came from. She explains God made them all. I thought the story and the illustrations were really sweet. I don't know that it became an instant classic for me, but I'm sure our littles will enjoy reading it with us! I can imagine reading it with our kids for many years. Plus, it rhymes, which is always a bonus for children's books, I think. The message of God's love in creating the world is clear and easy for young minds to grasp.
Fitzysmom5 Stars Out Of 5Review from Rambles of a SAHMFebruary 26, 2015FitzysmomQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5In the midst of this bleak midwinter this sweet book is like a breath of fresh air. The story told in rhyme is about a little boy and his mother (and little sister) discovering all the wonderful things that God has made.
The journey through the springtime countryside will help reinforce that God created everything and all that He made is good. As the momma and her children take their walk the young son continually asks who made this and who made that. The momma gently points out that God made it.
The story along with the beautiful soft pastel pictures make this the perfect book to tuck into an Easter basket. It is also suited for any other occasion as well as just adding it to your personal library. The story isn't specifically about Easter but rather spring and the renewal all around. The end of the story also includes snow and stars in the creation and it ends with saying that the very best thing that God made is YOU!
I think you will delight in reading it over and over again to your little ones. I know that I certainly did!
I received a copy of this book to facilitate my review.