God Made Me Unique Book Review

God Made Me Unique Book Review. Helping Children See Value in Every Person. Joni and Friends. Christian Children’s Book Reviewer Shirley Alarie.

Accepting people’s differences. God Made Me Unique is based on the Bible verse Isaiah 64:8 “Lord, you are our Father. We are the clay. You are the potter. Your hands made all of us.” One ordinary Sunday at church, the children learn a new…

The Moon Is Always Round Book Review

The Moon is Always Round Book Review. Jonathan Gibson. Illustrator Joe Hox. Christian Children’s Book Reviewer Shirley Alarie.

God is good even when we can’t see it. Great book for lost pregnancy/miscarriage. The Moon is Always Round conveys a very important message for Christians. In times of sadness and struggle, it’s difficult to see that God is always good. By using the…

Henry Says Good-Bye Book Review

Henry Says Good-Bye Book Review. Christian children nonfiction book. Editor Edward T. Welch. Christian Children’s Book Reviewer Shirley Alarie.

Helping children handle grief and loss. Henry the hedgehog loved his pet ladybug named Lila. But after a school visit where Henry and Lila met Henry’s classmates and their pets, Lila’s spots began to fade and she passed away. Henry’s friends still had their…

Gus Loses His Grip Book Review

Book Review Gus Loses His Grip. Christian children nonfiction book. Editor David Powlison. Christian Children’s Book Reviewer Shirley Alarie.

Helping children keep perspective on the important things in life. Gus the raccoon loves everything sweet. But instead of being satisfied when he gets a sweet treat, he keeps wanting more and more. Even when his family reads the Easter story from the Great…

The Good Name Book Review

Christian Book Review The Good Name. Christian adult nonfiction book. Author Dr. Samuel T. Logan Jr. Christian Book Reviewer Shirley Alarie.

Honoring the name of Jesus with the words we use. Dr. Samuel T. Logan Jr.’s The Good Name: The Power of Words to Hurt or Heal is a timely book for today’s volatile and inflammatory social media climate. As Christians, what should our role…

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