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June 24, 2005

God Knows My Name: A Diet of Bookworms Review

Woven throughout God Knows My Name are the attributes of God and what they may look like on a child's level, in day to day life. Especially emphasized are God's sovereignty and His immanence.

God sees me when I go out to play! yay! God is too wonderful for me to see Him now, but He sees me!

Each page has unobtrusive Scripture references for parents to look up with their children, or to encourage older children to read for themselves.

While I grew up with the Eloise Wilkin's tender pictures in children's books, I really like author/illustrator Debby Anderson's cheerful, bold style. The book is energetic, without being overwhelming.

I'm happy to have this book on my children's bookshelf. And with the theme of the attributes of God, I think it would be an especially fine gift for the children of new Believers.

This is a review of God Knows My Name by Debby Anderson. This book was provided through Diet of Bookworms as a gift from the publisher.

Related: Read my oldest son's review of this book.


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I added you to my blogroll. How have I missed you before this???? The blogosphere is huge.


Posted by: Spunky at June 24, 2005 08:16 PM

*grin* Thanks, Spunky! I've seen you around, too. And I'm waaaaay overdue for a blogroll update.

Posted by: TulipGirl at June 26, 2005 02:13 PM

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