One Spring Lamb is darling Spring time and Easter offering for both boys and girls. It comes in a friendly board book format making an ideal pick for the toddler, preschool, and kindergarten ready age of 2-5 years old. This book is illustrated and written by Anne Kennedy. She does an excellent job in story as well as imagery to draw children in!
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The Little Bunny’s Bible is and adorable board book. It features a unique gray bunny on the front that is very cute and super soft to the touch. The toddler through kindergarten crowd are sure to be intrigued by just the cover and in turn also delighted by the stories of God’s love for them within.
There are eight stories taken from both the Old and New Testament of the Bible. The stories are: God’s Wonderful Work, God’s Friend Noah, Daniel in the Lions’ Den, Jonah Learns a Lesson, God’s Greatest Gift, The Lost Lamb, It’s a Miracle, and Jesus Opens Heaven’s Doors. Each story mentions the scripture where the story can also be found in the Bible. The book is written in an easy to understand rhyming way. The rhyme flows well when read and is more likely to be remembered by a child. The illustrations are like a painting and were loved by both my son and daughter.
The Tiny Bear’s Bible is a sweet collection of stories that instills one with God’s love. Children will follow Tiny Bear through old and new testament stories and discovers truths about themselves and of how God keeps us, helps us, and is always with us.
Only God Can Make A Kitten is a sweet little story based off of Genesis 1:31. This Bible verse reads “God saw all that He had made, and it was very good”. The tale follows a mother and her two curious children as they discover all sorts of wonderful things in nature that point to God as the creator of everything.
The illustrations are warm and color choices used in each picture soft. Each page delights with something new. A few of the places and things explored by this family is a birds nest in a tree, the rainfall, a field of flowers, waves of the sea, plums in a tree, and so on. The journey in following this family does delightfully well leaving one with a cheerful feeling.