Published by: Tommy Nelson
Written by: Bart Millard with Laura Neutzling
Illustrated by: Sumiti Collina
I Can Only Imagine is such a popular song, and I have heard it a million times since it first came out. I was excited to read and review this children's book based on the song and the concept shared in it.
The book, I Can Only Imagine, shares the imaginings of a child as they think about Heaven and all that it might be.
The pictures in this book are colorful and fun to study. They are a bit realistic and I think that children will enjoy looking at them.
Who This Book is For:
This would be a good gift for children of those who love MercyMe. This could be given to anyone from babies to about age six or seven.
What I liked:
This pictures are fun.
The story simply questions what Heaven might be, it doesn't make up things about it.
The text is fun to read.
What I didn’t like:
There is not anything in particular that I didn't like.
Overall, I think this is a special book.
I give I Can Only Imagine 4 out of 5 stars.
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