Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this book, free of charge,from Blogging for Books, 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, all opinions are my own.
This new book comes out on February 28 (today!), but I just couldn't wait to share it with you!
It is SO SO SO special, and perfect for family reading, no matter what age your kids are!
I can't even begin to explain how GORGEOUS and BEAUTIFUL this book is!
And I'm not talking about just the illustrations (which are too adorable for words,and that may make you pick up a second book, so you can frame some of them!) - but about the CONTENT! Check out the sample below"
Isn't that EXACTLY what we as parents want our children to truly do?
To fly with all their creativity, expression, personality and see where it will take them, knowing the God is there in every moment? Even when we as parents can't be?
The book may be made for ages 2-7, but Miss Grace,at almost 10 (EEK!) was just as entranced with it. She declared it "a love song from parents to their kids" (I know, sometimes how she sees the 'big picture' SCARES me!), and it truly IS. It is about our (and God's) unconditional love and how that can spur our children to do things, be who they are, and to embrace life with everything in their essence!
If you are going to buy ONE children's book this year, THIS IS THE BOOK to buy!
Give it was gifts, keep a copy and share, share, share!
EVERY child needs to read/have this book read to them!
So don't walk, run and pick up your copy today!
About the Author:
MATTHEW PAUL TURNER is the author of sixteen books. He lives with his wife Jessica (TheMomCreative.com, The Fringe Hours) and their three children in Nashville, TN.
DAVID CATROW is an editorial cartoonist whose vibrant illustrations have appeared in more than seventy children’s books, including several New York Times bestsellers, such as I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More and I Like Myself. He makes his home in Ohio with his wife, Deborah.