Stephen Kendrick, Alex KendrickB&H Kids / 2019 / HardcoverOur Price$5.994.5 out of 5 stars for What's So Wonderful About Webster?. View reviews of this product. 6 Reviews
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Bold & Beautiful Blogger5 Stars Out Of 5Great Children's Book About Self-Esteem and Personal ValueMarch 2, 2020Bold & Beautiful BloggerQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5What's So Wonderful About Webster?, by Stephen and Alex Kendrick, is a children's book with a powerful message. Webster, a fourth-grader, and his class have field day coming up. He is so nervous, because he doesn't know what event or race he is good at. Webster struggles with fear, insecurities, and jealousy of others' abilities. He even tries to copy his classmates abilities, but he fails yet again. It isn't until Field Day arrives, that Webster finds his true ability and gift from God, and the power of his and his parents' prayers. This is a valuable lesson for any child, to know their value and worth in the eyes of our Creator God, and we don't have to be someone else to be special or important. I highly recommend this well-written, well-illustrated masterpiece!
Lindz2012GastonvilleAge: 25-34Gender: Female4 Stars Out Of 5CreativeFebruary 18, 2020Lindz2012GastonvilleAge: 25-34Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4What's So Wonderful About Webster? is a book that seems to be about learning that everyone is different and unique. They all can help by just being them. God seems to know what you are good at even if you don't. This book focuses on that.
What's So Wonderful About Webster? Is about Webster trying to find out what he good at. The concept is that you may want to look to god. As he already knows. This book is good for children and parents. Parents can read it to their children so that they learn the lesson that god as a plan for them.
The pictures tell the story. The pictures are done well. I see that Webster kind struggles with he good at. But websites parents try and help him out or at least guide him. That God knew before he was born at what he was good at.
rkfall5 Stars Out Of 5Yes! Pick this one!February 6, 2020rkfallQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5What's So Wonderful About Webster by Stephen and Alex Kendrick is a book that talks about finding out what special thing you were created by God for. They were very imaginative in their word choices, flow, and story concept. We really enjoyed the full-color illustrations. I think this book talks to the child who struggles with finding what thing they are good at. This can be a lonely question of indecision when everyone around you has figured it out. I hope that there are more books coming out by these authors and the illustrator.
I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.
FayJac5 Stars Out Of 5Everyone is Wonderful!February 1, 2020FayJacIn this book, Webster, a fourth-grader, is dreading Field Day at school because he is not good at anything! Will Field Day be the worst day of his life or will he be good at something?
This book explains that we are fearfully and wonderfully made and that God doesn't make mistakes. Webster learns to recognize that.
I'm somewhat surprised from the book's format that this was written about a fourth-grader. It seems a little more for younger kids. I read it to my three-year-old granddaughter, and whether she understood it or not, she enjoyed it. I'm not sure what age group this would be for, but I would say around ages 5-8,
It is a good book and written by the makers of Facing the Giants, Fireproof, Courageous, War Room and Overcomer movies. I look forward to keeping this in my grandchildren's library and reading it to them over and over again.
Kendra4 Stars Out Of 5helps kids think about what makes themselves and others uniqueJanuary 24, 2020KendraWebster's friends are excited about field day, but Webster dreads it because he isn't good at any of the athletic events. Webster spends his day serving and helping others. When his class wins the gold medal, the students recall how Webster's help and leadership enabled their victory, even though he hadn't actually participated in any of the events.
I liked that Webster's teacher allowed him to participate in other ways that utilized his gifts instead of forcing him to run, and then helped the class think about how Webster had contributed to their team. Especially when used with the Parent Connection discussion guide at the end, this book can be helpful in encouraging kids to think about what makes themselves and others unique. The book is colorful and humorous, and my children (ages 4-7) enjoyed it.
I received a copy of this book from the publisher (B&H) in exchange for my review.
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