Sunday, October 9, 2011

Review: Abby God's Little Angel by Sheila Walsh

Summary: Written for young girls, probably pre-school, kindergarten age, "Abby, God's Little Angel" follows the guardian angel, Abby, on her new assignment to take care of a girl named Sophie. Sophie loves to climb trees and play on the playground, and Abby has her work cut out for her, but they both will learn just how much God loves them and wants to protect them.

Review:  I love Sheila Walsh. I've been a fan of her books, her music, and her speaking. Now we have lovely children's books from the humble, insightful writer. "Abby, God's Little Angel" is filled with charming humor, colored illustrations, and lessons for parents to share with their children. The short story teaches that God cares for every person. Gabby tells a horse that God loves Sophie very, very much. The book also shows that God chooses the smallest for the biggest, most important tasks. Every person has a part in God's will. And it teaches children to thank God in prayer. It's such a lovely tale, it will even leave adults with a heart-felt lesson and a big sigh and long "awe."

*Disclaimer: I received this book for free from for my honest review of it.

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