Friendship is one of the most important things of the world, and sometimes it looks different than you might expect! God Bless My Friends celebrates all kinds of friendships and helps little ones see the value in being a friend.
Can a giraffe be friends with a mouse? Would a monkey play with a tiger? No matter if they’re big or small, friends are a gift from God! God Bless My Friends shows some unlikely animal buddies learning important lessons about how our friends can be different than us, how to be kind, how to share, and how to help others.
Featuring sweet, rhyming text from Hannah Hall and adorable artwork from Steve Whitlow, who illustrated the previous bestsellers in the God Bless line, God Bless My Friends uses surprising animal combinations to show children that friendships do not always look a specific way. Help your little one learn the importance of being a friend to all kinds of people, including ones who are different from them, through the sweet and simple rhyming verses. God Bless My Friends
Children love animals and inside the durable board book covers, you'll find a bunny, skunk, monkey, tiger, panda, duck, goat, turtle, giraffe, mouse, pig, and raccoon. The rhyming text points to the fun of having friends and doing things together, like playing ball, jumping and eating together. Very engaging activity for little ones to point to the ladybug and little bee on each page. It's never boring to go on an adventure with someone who is taller or smaller than you. Kindness matters.
5/5 stars. Loved it. Highly recommend. I received the book from BookLook Bloggers in exchange for my honest review. God Bless My Friends About the Author
Hannah C. Hall estimates that she has read approximately 4,500 bedtime stories to her children
over the last few years. She is thankful to get to add her own books to their daily rotation.
Hannah and her husband, Josh, have four children and live in a small town in Arkansas.
Steve Whitlow lives in northern England, on the top of a (very) windswept hill, with his wife
and young family. Steve followed his artistic calling from an early age and was first published
at age 16, producing vibrant characters for greeting cards and then children's publishing. With
no formal art training and only his natural talent, Steve has now been working as a professional
artist for more than twenty years. “My kids are my critics,” says Steve. “The best reaction I
can hope for is an exclamation of ‘Cool, Dad!’ from either Sam or Ethan—or both.”
Here's another book by the author Hannah C. Hall that I've enjoyed and reviewed,