I received this book last week and have been reading bits and pieces over the last few days and I have to say this is a great little book! This book is geared for the myriad of questions that children ask when parents may find the answers hard to explain in terms they will really grasp and understand.
The book is broken down into sections (God, Jesus, Holy Spirit,The Bible, Christianity, Prayer, The Church, Christian Seasons & Holidays, Being a Christian, and Big Questions), as well as the Contents section which lists each individual question that is covered, for ease of finding the answers you're looking for. There are answers for everything from Who is God? to What did Jesus wear? to Why do people have to die?
This little book is a great read for all ages. Whether you have children of your own or not, you never know when you might suddenly be inundated with questions from curious kids!
I received this book from Thomas Nelson Publishers as part of BookSneeze.com Blog Review and these are my honest opinions.
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I'm a 40-something working mom suffering from occasional memory loss, which may or may not be attributed to Mad Cow disease, and a terminal case of sarcasm. I live in the hills of southern West Virginia with my teenage daughter and our various animals. I love to watch movies, read, hang out with my daughter, putter in the flower bed, blog, have nerdathons and practice the immobile arts with the Pookster.
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See, when the Yankees marched through Alabama, they tried to destroy our metal-formin' capabilities by placin' barrels of powder underneath the anvils. Of course,all that managed to do was blow 'em sky-high for a few seconds. So... in honor of that act of stupidity, we get together every year to re-create it for the tourists.