God Gave Me Grandma by Pamela Kennedy — Book Review

This cute board book is bright and sturdy.  If you are a grandparent, or you’ve had a grandparent, you’ll surely remember doing some of these fun activities together:  planting flowers, playing, cooking, reading, going to church and more.  Grandmothers offer comfort, love and always seem to have just what you need at the right time!

God Gave Me Grandma by [Kennedy, Pamela, B&H Kids Editorial Staff]

Young children will enjoy the colorful  animal illustrations throughout the book.  It reminds grandparents that they can pass their faith on to grandchildren through daily activities.  Children are taught to see their grandma as a gift from God.

The rhymes are predictable and uninspired, but the message is sound.  Grandmothers will surely enjoy reading this book with their grandchildren.  I may have to give my copy to Baby Hailey!

VERDICT:  4 stars

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God Gave Me Grandma

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Prayer Through the Generations

My husband and I both come from large families;  he has four brothers and sisters, I have six.  So when the extended family gets together, it’s a crowd with the siblings, spouses, children, grandchildren.  Some are pretty religious, others not.  However, everyone extends my husband, a pastor, the courtesy of praying before the group meal.

I thought I might include the Culler family table grace, which has been handed down through the generations, used at least by Terry’s father and grandfather.

Heavenly Father, thank you for the food you’ve set before us.  Sanctify it to our good.  Feed and nourish us with this bread, which comes from heaven.

In Jesus’ name, Amen.

I suspect our granddaughter will think of it as her granddaddy’s prayer.  Do you have a family prayer you would like to share with us?   Or a favorite table grace your family uses?