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51T77hxZc5L[1]OMG! How Children See God
By Monica Parker

This is a great book for kids about a very important topic: God! It is a book that can be read by kids of all ages and young tweens as well.

It is a book that will capture the attention of kids who have always thought about God but never could put into words what and who God was. With so many different religions and beliefs, it is interesting to see how kids think and feel about God. After reading the book, parents will definitely be able to start a conversation about God with their kids.

Given our distracted culture, it is easy for kids to be brought up without God. But this book will show kids and parents how to foster this love for God—someone who is beyond the busyness of our daily lives and who can give us meaning to our lives.

By writing this book, Monica Parker hopes that these conversations about God throughout the book will help kids to answer some difficult questions about God, faith, heaven and that other place. The kid’s responses in the book are absolutely refreshing and extraordinary. Monica has done an incredible job of showcasing their points of view in this interactive and colourful book.

Thank you Monica Parker for such a wonderfully thoughtful and reflective book about a topic that kids are curious about but never have the courage to ask too many people about. It is an important book that every child should read.

Rating: 5 stars

Reviewed by: Irene S. Roth

About irenesroth

I am a freelance and academic writer. I am currently writing a book called `Fearless Freelance Writers`. Please look out for it soon on this blog.
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