This book is part of a series for children published by Brave Books. You may want to check out their website, https://bravebooks.us/, for other resources. You can join a book club to receive a book every month, and also earn points to receive price reductions on books. You can also see if there are any Brave Books story hours near you, or purchase supplies to do your own.
This book focuses on the fruit of the Spirit and how those fruits will increase in our life as we grow older and encounter more life experiences. The focus is on caring for others as we learn to reflect the love of God. It is aimed at children ages 4-12 and will be better understood and received by school age youngsters.
The pictures are bright and attractive, and the text is minimal. The best feature, in my opinion, is the “Brave Challenge” at the end. There are a series of games and suggested questions that will be wonderful for the family to use together and reinforce the teaching.
VERDICT: 4 STARS. If you a parent of young children, this series would be well worth checking out.
For more books for children see these posts:
Where is Wisdom by Scott James — Book Review
I Wanted to Know All about God by Virginia L. Kroll–Book Review