Written by Dandi Daley Mackall
Illustrated by David Hohn
This book helps children to use their imagination while instilling Psalm 139:13-16 into their hearts and minds and I love that they included this verse in the beginning of the book. After reading this book to my children I would defiantly say that it is aimed at younger children (ages 2-4). My three year olds loved it, while my 6 and 8 year olds weren’t too interested. For my 6 year old who loves books and enjoys even the simplest board book, for him to not enjoy a book says a lot to me. I think it was because it asked imaginative questions that were pretty silly. Personally, I think the silly questions are great conversation starters. This book could be a great teaching tool.
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Target Audience: Small children (ages 2-4)
Positive Elements: Reinforcing that we were made wonderfully by God.
Inappropriate Language: None.
Unbiblical Content: None.
Other Negative Elements: While I usually love illustrations by David Hohn, and the pictures in this book were beautifully drawn, I think that what was in the pictures kind of ruined the book for us.