Published by: Tommy Nelson
Written by: Diane Stortz
Illustrated by: Diane Le Feyer
I am always excited to check out different children's books and I was happy to read and review I Am: The Names of God for Little Ones.
The pictures in this book are colorful and nice.
Who This Book is For:
This would be a good book for parents of preschoolers and young school-aged kids to read together and discuss.
What I liked:
I love the glitter on the cover of this book.
I like the pictures in the book.
I like the overall idea of this book but...
What I didn’t like:
I don't really get why this is a board book. It would make more sense as a hardcover book for families to read together. It's not really for babies or toddlers.
I know that everyone has their own beliefs about what is going to happen at the end of time but I did not like the fact that this book shared one type of belief regarding that as fact. I do not fully understand Revelation or what is to come in the future but I would not feel comfortable reading this book to children and sharing it's talk of Jesus coming back to reign on earth.
Overall, I cannot recommend this book.
I give I Am: The Names of God for Little Ones 2 out of 5 stars.
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