If I Were a Mouse by Karma Wilson–Book Review

Children love to pretend. In this beautifully illustrated book, a little boy imagines what it would be like to be a mouse, an owl, a squirrel, a chickadee or a cat. Finally, he thanks God, the creator who made him a little boy.

The story is related with bouncy rhymes that youngsters will enjoy. There is very little in the way of religious teaching, but it may help parents begin a discussion about God as the maker of all things.


For more Christian books for children see these posts:

I Can Only Imagine by Bart Millard — Book Review

God Loves the Animals by Jan & Mike Berenstain–Book Review

The Promises of God Storybook Bible by Jennifer Lyell–Book Review


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