The Gift That I Can Give for Little Ones {Review}

 

The Gift That I Can Give for Little Ones by Kathie Lee Gifford illustrated by Julia Seal is such a sweet book. The main take away is that God created us all to do great and wonderful things no matter how old we are!

In this story, children are reminded that even though they are small, they can make a great big difference! I like how the story is written in a way where the main character is pondering just what her talents and gifts are and how they can be used to help others throughout. 

The illustrations are cute and colorful being very kid-friendly. There’s a scene of a birthday party, looking through a picture album, playing with friends at the park, performing on stage in a dance, cheering on friends, and much more.

This is a great read. The words flow well and are written in rhyme. The book isn’t too long but it’s long enough to get the wheels in the head turning. It’s great for¬†discussion for children about things they are good at or character traits.

This book will help a child realizes a gift or talent they didn’t know they had. I love how there’s encouragement in the story in asking God to help them to know how to share it with others to point back to Him.

This book is great for children in grades preschool through 1st grade, in my opinion. Recommended!

 

* I have received this product for free or at a discounted rate in exchange for my honest and unbiased product review; all opinions are my own.*