Friday, March 14, 2014

Children's Book Review: Really Woolly: 12 Little Blessings




Today I have an adorable children's book, that is PERFECT
for Easter baskets and baby showers alike!


 Really Woolly: 12 Little Blessings  cover

Synopsis: 

This padded board book from the Really Woolly brand by Dayspring, is the perfect way to teach your children about different ways that God blesses them. The lyrical, rhyming text counts down from twelve blessings to one, reminding little ones that God sends blessings because He loves them. Each blessing includes scripture from the International Children’s Bible  and a prayer to connect the blessings they see around them to God. Soft, adorable Really Woolly illustrations are a favorite of kids and moms alike.  Other books in the Really Woolly line regularly appear on bestseller lists and have sold over 775,000 copies. Really Woolly products are Dayspring’s bestselling children’s brand.


Review:
This is a lovely little book and a truly perfect way to teach your young children about the many different ways that God blesses them, each and every day! Kids are attracted to the lovely illustrations (see below) and the lyrical, rhyming text! Plus as you child and you count down from twelve blessings to one, you have the added resource of learning numbers and number sequences- ta-da a multi-tasking book!  

Really Woolly: 12 Little Blessings  sample 1

Each of the 12 blessings is paired with a scripture and a prayer, as you can see above. They are all one page blessings, so they are great for early readers as well (the book is aimed at ages 3-7, but easily read to younger children, who can grasp the ideas as well). 

I love how it helps kids add to- very important for kids doing pre-reading! 

Really Woolly: 12 Little Blessings  sample 2

And most importantly- it teaches kids to think outside of themselves for blessings that God gives us each and every day! The book makes a prefect gift and we highly recommend it!

Check out the book's flip board HERE!


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4 comments:

  1. Counting object, fruit and items. Show them what matters each and everyday. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  2. We count all day: fingers and toes, blocks, beads, grapes in a cup, etc.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  3. We talk of God's blessings in our lives.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  4. We have used many items, spoons, fingers, they have had dry cereal and we have counted them. Anything to learn

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