Friday, October 14, 2011

Book Review- Just In Case You Ever Wonder by Max Lucado

Just In Case You Ever Wonder by Max Lucado illustrated by Toni Goffe
In Just In Case You Ever Wonder Max Lucado starts off by telling children that they we made by God. He then goes on to reinforce a parent’s unconditional love and support as well as reassures children of our Heavenly Father’s unconditional love and support.
I was very excited to share Just In Case You Ever Wonder with my children. My five year old was anxious for me to read it to her after she saw the cover illustrations. She really enjoyed the book, and I was pleased that it reinforced the things we have been teaching her; she was created by God, daddy and I love her very much and she can always come to us with her problems.  My seven year old enjoyed the book as well. I like Just In Case You Ever Wonder because it has the same message that we have been telling our children every day since they were born.  I know we will be reading this book over and over, and it is sure to become an all-time favorite.
I would recommend adding  Just In Case You Ever Wonder  to your children’s library. It is a book that is meant to be read to children and not necessarily one to be read on their own.

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