What are Hands For? is written by Abbey Wedgeworth, illustrated by Emma Randall, and published by The Good Book Company.
I have received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher for my honest review.
I love this little book. The hardcover is a nice bright blue, and the inside pages are made of a cardboard material which will hold up nicely over time.
The flaps on every page are thin and could rip off with the harshness of little hands, but I don’t think there is any other way to construct flaps inside of a children’s book.
Toddlers are going to love looking under all the flaps. The illustrations of children, parents and Jesus are well done and keep the child engaged.
The message is very clear. I love how Abbey Wedgeworth discusses the positive use of our hands, how Jesus used His hands to love us, how we can use our hands incorrectly, and then how to use our hands to ask for forgiveness.
I highly recommend this book to any Christian family with toddlers, and it would also be great in any church nursery.
Be sure to check out my review on the other book in this Training Young Hearts series called What are Mouths For?
About the Author
Abbey Wedgeworth is a wife, mother, and writer. The author of Held and the Training Young Hearts series, she is passionate about discipleship and Bible literacy, and loves to see the way that the gospel transforms how people think and live.
Abbey lives on the South Carolina coast with her husband, David, and their three children.
About The Good Book Company
The Good Book Company which is an international book publishing company was founded by Mr. Tim Thornborough.
Their aim is to provide biblical and relevant resources that will encourage Christians and help them grow spiritually.
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