I Can Only Imagine for Little Ones is written by Bart Millard who is the lead singer of a Christian band called “Mercy Me”. Many years ago he wrote the song “I Can Only Imagine” which speaks of how one might react being before God in the kingdom of Heaven. This book seeks the same questions as that song but in a way, a child might ask and wonder about.
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Candy Apple Blessings is an absolutely adorable book for children that celebrates all the wonderful things that are enjoyed during the Autumn season. Drawn in by the foiled cover, the book is twenty pages long and features cute full-color pictures by illustrator Maddie Frost.
Go to Sleep, Sheep! is a cute bedtime board book for toddlers and preschoolers. The book design mimics a barn with doors wide open and inviting you in. The cover features adorable sheep family and raised glitter elements such as the moon and the book title
Really Woolly® I Love You, Little One is a devotional type book for children ages 2 through 5 years old. This book features Bible verses, short rhythmic verses, and simple prayers all tied together with the sole purpose of reminding readers and listeners of God’s great love.
Night Night, Jungle was written by Amy Parker and illustrated by Virginia Allyn, is a sweet story that aids in lulling children to bed. This story takes place in a Jungle slowing down for the evening to rest their heads for the night ahead. The discovery of many different kinds of animal friends is a welcome surprise with the turn of every single page with this cleverly written and delightfully illustrated offering.
The Little Critter Little Blessings Collection by Mercer Meyer is wonderful. I have enjoyed this author’s work when I was a young child an am pleased that they are still offering new and relevant stories for our current generation.
Drawn in the same familiar art style and wording from the characters just like I remember it, these books have been a walk down memory lane. Nostalgia aside for myself, these stories have been an entirely new experience for my nine, seven, and nearly two-year-old. How pleased I am that they’ve come to like the same characters that drew their own mom in.