The bright design and crisp photography of the God's Gifts to Me board book series are intended to delight toddlers and first-time readers alike. As kids play with and read each of these sturdy board books with rainbow-colored handles, they will encounter different parts of God's beautiful and varied creation, including animals, food, and our own bodies. Bible verses at the end of each book illustrate God's love for us and for all of His creation. God Made Food teaches the names of common foods in a fun way. Little children will delight to learn that God made our food! Recommended for ages 4 and under.
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Review 1 for God's Gifts to Me: God Made Food, Mini Board Book
In God Made Food a variety of fruits, vegetables, egg and dairy products are represented. God made milk. God made beans. God made strawberries.The simple repetitive text accompanied by the bright, crisp photographs is an ideal aid to object recognition.For more details see my review of God Made My Body - I love these little books!
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Review 2 for God's Gifts to Me: God Made Food, Mini Board Book
It's never too early to begin introducing biblical ideas to your child. That's why Michael A. Vander Klipp's God Made Food is such a great little book.Measuring just 3.75 x 4.50 inches, with a dozen pages and a baby- and toddler-sized handle on the side, God Made Food is one in a series of God Made... books published by Kregel. Each page is perfect for infants and toddlers. For example, in God Made Food, the book begins with a colorful photograph of a watermelon and the words: "God Made Watermelon." Each subsequent page features the same design for bananas, cheese, grapes, milk, green beans, corn, strawberries, eggs, apples, and orange juice. The final page reads:"'Every living thing looks to you, the Lord, for food. You give it to them exactly when they need it.' Psalm 145:15"What I Like: I'm always thrilled to see books like this for very young children. Not only will babies and toddlers love the size of the book (just the right size for their little hands), but the photos are clear and colorful and they'll learn about different types of food. Plus they will learn that God made everything we eat...and a Bible verse, besides. What I Dislike: This book is terrific as is, but if I would have liked to see a few foods that babies are familiar with. Rice cereal, anyone?Overall Rating: Excellent.Age Appeal: I can find no publisher recommendation, but I'd say newborn to age 2.Kristina Seleshanko, Managing Editor, Christian Children's Book Review ( www dot CCBReview at blogspot dot com )