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Wonderfully Made: God's Story of Life from Conception to Birth Hardcover – March 20, 2016
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Danika Cooley's Wonderfully Made is a gentle, lovely, and Christ-centered way to share the miracle of pregnancy and birth with your children." - Hal & Melanie Young, authors of Raising Real Men
Wonderfully Made tactfully and respectfully introduces children to human life from conception to birth. ...We highly encourage Christian parents to utilize this beautiful, life-affirming resource with their children." - Israel & Brook Wayne, parents, authors and speakers, co-founders of Family Renewal
Wonderfully Made is a strategic training tool that parents can use to teach their kids about a baby's growth. Kids will find this book fascinating and parents now have a tool that teaches about the development of a precious baby. I commend this book to all parents to equip them to educate their kids' minds and hearts about God's creation. ~ Dr. Scott Turansky, National Center for Biblical Parenting
As parents of 4 boys, it's important to give our boys an understanding of human development from a biblical perspective. Danika weaves the story of how God knits us together in our mothers womb beautifully and in a way our 4 year old twins can understand and keeps our 11 year old engaged. We appreciate how this book is both biologically and biblically accurate. This book should be on every Christian parent's bookshelf. ~ Luke and Trisha Gilkerson, owners of Intoxicated on Life & authors of The Talk and Changes
Wonderfully Made fills the void for the inquisitive child and gives parents a jumping off point to begin discussions of how fearfully and wonderfully made we are. My own 9 and 7-year-olds were fascinated by the depictions of developing babies, and that fascination has led to some terrific conversations! ~ Kendra Fletcher, Author, Speaker, Podcaster in HomeschoolingIRL, & Owner of Preschoolers and Peace
Very well authored, Wonderfully Made takes what some may consider a difficult and awkward subject and explains it in a straightforward and wholesome way. Specifically, its contents illustrate the subjects of conception and childbirth from a biblical perspective, yet in a simple way even a young child can understand, giving God all the glory and praise He deserves. The best part is that the book concludes with giving the reader the gospel message, and points out the need for each one of us to be "born again". ~ Paul Suarez, Publisher, The Old Schoolhouse Magazine
Brilliant! Wonderfully Made by Danika Cooley captures the wonder of our creation with great accuracy and yet makes it so understandable to young readers. She tells about conception to birth in an amazing captivating journey. By drawing in the young reader, she invites them to experience the best journey of all. This is a great book for an expecting parent to read to their expecting children. (Lainna Callentine ~ M.Ed., M.D. Pediatrician and Author of God's Wondrous Machine Series)
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However, this book is just so beautiful that I had to purchase another copy to give to a friend at her baby shower. Her oldest is 10 and the youngest besides the new baby is nearly 3, and this book is simply perfect for both of them. The pictures are gorgeous, and the text is wonderful. Details, without getting too graphic, about the miracle of birth, the miracle of life.
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