Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Children's Book Review: God Bless Our Fall By Hannah Hall , Illus by Steve Whitlow

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this book, free of charge,from Tommy Nelson, for review purposes on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it

And now something just in time for Fall, which is just  21 days away!

God Bless Our Fall cover


Little ones will love seeing all of God’s blessings of fall!
Parents and children will want to cuddle up together again and again to hear the sweet rhyming story and see the snuggly animal families happy in their fall activities. Pumpkin patches, apple harvests, leaves that change color, hayrides, warm beverages, cozy clothes—God Bless Our Fall highlights all the wonderful things families get to enjoy together when the air turns crisp and cool.  
The fifth installment of the bestselling God Bless series, God Bless Our Fall features the same talented writer and illustrator combo from God Bless You and Good Night,God Bless Our Easter, and God Bless Our Christmas. This padded board book with a beautiful orange, gold, and crimson color palette will be sure to catch the eye of Mom and Grandma. They’ll love using it to introduce fun fall traditions to their little ones and guide them in giving thanks for God’s blessings of the season.

God Bless Our Fall sample page 1


This is an adorable book, perfect for the season. You, and your kids, will be captivated by Whitlow's adorable drawings, all awash in the colors of Fall. They will make you want to go outside and jump in a pile of leaves!

God Bless Our Fall sample page 2

This is a lovely book to remind us all about the bounty of God's grace and nature around us, and to get outside and to enjoy it!  It would be fun to plan some Fall activities after reading the book with your kids! Don't miss this book, and be sure to pick up the rest of Hannah's God Bless series for the rest of the year too!

About the Author:

Hannah Hall
Hannah C. Hall estimates that she has read around 4,500 bedtime stories to her children over the last few years. She is thankful to get to add her own books to their daily rotation. Hannah and her husband, Josh, have three children and live in a small town in Arkansas. Check out her website for more info.
 About the Illustrator:
Steve Whitlow
Steve Whitlow lives in Yorkshire, northern England, on the top of a (very) windswept hill, with his wife and young family. Steve followed his artistic calling from an early age and was first published at age 16, producing vibrant characters for greeting cards and then children's publishing. With no formal art training and only his natural talent, Steve has now been working as a professional artist for more than twenty years. "My kids are my critics," says Steve. "The best reaction I can hope for is an exclamation of 'Cool, Dad!' from either Sam or Ethan-or both".

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  1. They can give things for all the love they have.

  2. My kids can give thanks for having parents to support them and provide for them.
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  3. The children can be thankful for the vegetables in the garden.

  4. they do not have a grateful journal but that is a very good idea for them.

  5. Every morning my son is grateful for the "beautiful day outside!" :)

  6. We sort of have a gratittude journal. I traced my hands (fingers together) and on each finger we list what we're thankful for, pray for someone, pray for ourselves, praise God, Amen. It's really cute to watch my son interact with this.

  7. That they have food on the table each day

  8. A lot of the humidity is now gone and much better temps for them to play outdoors


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