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I Am- the names of God- Book Review



Book Description

God is the Creator, the Healer, our Savior, and our Friend. And it is through God’s names that we understand His character. Now little ones will understand how great our God is by learning His names and all the ways He cares for them.

Show your little one the character of God with I AM: The Names of God for Little Ones. Capturing the names and characteristics of God through short Bible stories, Scripture, and bright illustrations, I AM: The Names of God for Little Ones helps you learn about God in a way that will draw even the youngest child. Children will close the book feeling loved, protected, and secure in the arms of the great I AM.

Written by bestselling author Diane Stortz and illustrated by Diane Le Feyer, I AM: The Names of God for Little Ones is a great companion to the bestselling Bible storybook I AM.


My Review
You know my kids are growing up when board books come in the mail and they aren't as excited as other longer books.  However, they still appreciate pictures just like I do!   The illustrations in this book are beautiful and capture your heart when you look at the names of God.  

Each page has a name for God with scripture and a little rhyming blurb, followed by a prayer.  It is a very quick read and appropriate for any preschooler.   

This book is a good way to remember or even memorize several names of God.  It is so important to remember that Jesus is ________!  Fill in the blank becasue he is everything good! 



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