One Hand, Two Hands by Max Lucado {Book Review}

One Hand, Two Hands by Max Lucado

Thomas Nelson Publishers
Juvenile Fiction/Religious
SRP $14.99 US
Christian/Social Issues
ISBN: 978-1-4003-1649-6

Oh, the ways we can help with our hands!

I’ve been a fan of Max Lucado for awhile but never owned one of his children’s books until now.  It was no surprise when I fell in love right away with the book I was given to review by Max through Book Sneeze called One Hand, Two Hands.

One Hand, Two Hands is a book written to explain and show children the many ways using our hands can minister to those around us. I love  the way illustrator Gaby Hansen has beautifully brought Max’s words to life with full color illustration that please the eye and warm the heart.

This book I believe would be fantastic for children ages 2-5 years old and perfect for both boys and girls.  My daughter is two years old right now and really loved me reading her this book before bedtime. I believe the rhyming text and the illustrations really kept her captured.  I loved as a mom that this book is fun but portrays a strong positive message which all christians should take to heart.  As the story of the young girl and her adorable animal friends end, a simple prayer of thanks to God ties this book together.

This would be a wonderful story book to share with children whether in their own home or church classroom.

Disclaimer: I  received a free copy of One Hand, Two Hands by Max Lucado from BookSneeze/Thomas Nelson Publisher for this review.

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