Thursday, November 18, 2010

Really Woolly Bible Stories by Bonnie Rickner Jensen



Thomas Nelson; Boardbook edition (November 2, 2010) 36 pages, Ages 4-8


Description:
Favorite Bible stories presented with the beloved Really Woolly art style help little children discover that God is faithful and true and that Jesus, The Good Shepherd, loves them.

This case-bound padded board book from the Really Woolly® brand by DaySpring® makes it easy to share important stories from God’s Word with little children, while teaching them about God’s shepherd-like love for them. Bible stories include Creation, Noah, Abraham, Moses, the Ten Commandments, Joseph, Samson, Daniel, David and Goliath, Jonah, Jesus’ Birth, Jesus Loves the Little Children, Jesus Feeds 5,000, Jesus the Good Smaraitan, Jesus Walks on Water, Jesus’ Death & Resurrection, The Great Commission. Little ones will love the charming Really Woolly® illustrations.

Illustrations by Julie Sawyer Phillips. Stories retold by Bonnie Rickner Jensen.


My Review: Rose
I love this book. It is just adorable. But more importantly, my little boy LOVES this book! It seems to be one of his top picks. The pictures seem to really capture his attention.
The stories or ryhmes are very sweet and written for the younger readers. There was one paticular sentence that might need a little explaining. "Joseph's coat-colorful, bright-Helped to put him in a plight." Plight isn't the most common of words! :) I totally understand its need for rhyming, though. Otherwise, it was very appropriate.
As far as the cover, the color scheme seems more targeted for girls, since it is a light pink. I've been keeping it in my little boy's diaper bag, though, so I by no means have let the color pink keep him from it.
I absolutely recommend this book for all children!

*A huge thanks to Thomas Nelson Publishers for my review copy. I was not required to give a positive review.

2 comments:

  1. This looks really cute. I'm surprised its not in a more neutral color though :)

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  2. Me too! It would have been great in light green or yellow. It's not overwhelming pink, though. It's very light.

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