Monday, January 30, 2012

"All God's Children--Why We Look Different" by Ken Ham: Book Review

This is a small, board book in "cut-out" shape somewhat like paper doll and a shape most young children would really enjoy holding and carrying around with them.  Each page shows a child of with different features and skin color.  Author, Ken Ham, delicately explains that though we are all different we are still of one race.  This is a difficult topic for adults and even more so for children.  However, the little book simply states that though different, we are of one race created by God.

Normally, board "shape" books are for very young children - toddlers.  However, this book could easily be utilized by parents to teach preschool as well as young elementary children.

I recommend this book.  
I was provided a complimentary copy of this book by New Leaf Publishing Group for Master Books.  A positive review was not required.
ISBN:  9780890514399  Publisher:  Master Books


  1. This sounds like a good book for children of all ages! Great review!

    Marla Z marlazick at aol dot com

  2. would love to read this book
    sugarcookie1965@comcast dot net

  3. have to keep thi one in mind when we are buying new books for the children's church library!


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