Great and Small Prayers for Babies — Book Review

This board book, written by Pamela Kennedy and illustrated by Anna Abramskaya, is truly a delight to the senses.   Beautiful pictures of God’s creatures, great and small, adorn every page, and the size and shape of the book is just right for small hands to easily hold. Toddlers will enjoy discovering each animal, along with the sound it makes, behind the flaps.  The brief, rhymed prayer encourages reverence for God and the world He has created.

I will definitely be reading my copy to granddaughter, Hailey, next time we visit!

For other Christian books for children, go to these posts:

The Silent Noisy Night by Jill Roman Lord — Book Review

Who Will Play With Me by Randall Goodgame–Book Review

ColorFull by Dorena Williamson–Book Review

GraceFull by Dorena Williamson — Book Review

VERDICT:  5 Stars!  I loved it!

If you would like to purchase this book, follow the link below:

Great and Small Prayers for Babies


The Lutheran Ladies received a free copy of this book in return for an honest and fair review – Disclaimer pursuant to FTC 16 CFR Part 255

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