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Let's Learn about Psalm 23 (HeartSmart Series) Board book – February 1, 2016
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The story takes place on a farm, with horses, chickens, sheep, and lambs. The main character, Jackson, is visiting his grandparents and is helping out with the daily chores. When a storm develops and Jackson and his grandma move inside, he is reminded of a Bible story about a shepherd attending his flock. Grandma points out to Jackson that the sheep are not afraid of the storm because their shepherd is watching over them. She then begins to recount Psalm 23 ("The Lord is my Shepherd..."), and how it means that God loves us and always takes care of us.
This book has wonderful illustrations that will appeal to children, and it engages children throughout by asking questions that are relevant to the story. I would recommend it to all parents to have in their home library and to Sunday school classes that teach children. I received this as a free ARC from David C. Cook Publishing on NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
The format of this story, is in my opinion, geared toward that of children ages 2-5 specifically. The illustrations are bold and eye catching with many animals for the child to see and learn about. The style of writing makes it simple, easy to follow to grab their attention. I can see many enjoyable moments reading this story to a little one. This book would make a wonderful addition to a child's library.
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While I did love that this book was about Psalms 23, I feel like it could have been more about the bible and how God is our Shepard and less about the grandfather on the farm. It is a cute book, but I felt like it should have been more on the bible and less on the farm life. Just my opinion. Felt like it was advertised as this book about the biblical passage and that part fell flat for me.