Thursday, September 25, 2014

Review: Love Letters from God

If you are looking for the perfect girl for new parents, THIS BOOK is it! I really can't imagine a sweeter and more precious gift for parents-to-be or a first baptism/dedication/christening.  Love Letters from God is basically a Bible for children but it comes with a very special addition to the typical Bible stories that run abundant in childrens' books.

What child does not love to receive mail? This book plays on that idea. On each page, a child can read a story and also read his/her own personal mail from God: written in the Father's words and directed at the child. Accompanying each story in this unique children's Bible is a very special and encouraging letter -- each tucked away in its own lift-the-flap envelope just for them. 

Designed for children 4-8, I really think the age range could be broader (3-10 at least.) Love Letters from God contains eighteen of the most popular Bible stories -- nine from the Old Testament and nine from the New. In addition to the excitement of the child being able to open up a letter from God, the pictures in this book are done extraordinarily well and shine and nearly appear to pop off the page. There is also a special memory verse on each page as well.

In the end, there is an opportunity for the child to write their own letter to God at the end of the book.

My only issue with this book is the fact that it does require gentle handling. Otherwise, I can't imagine a better book to add to your Christian library! has provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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