Sam is a one-year-old boy who enjoys blueberries, cars, lawnmowers, and trying to climb the stairs. He's our youngest reviewer on the Westminster Kids blog yet!
Here are Sam's favorite books at the Westminster Kids Bookstore:
1. Does God Sleep?
Does God ever get tired? Does He sometimes get sick? Does He ever stop working? Children ask all kinds of questions like these, and the rhyming text and bold illustrations of this book teaches kids God's omnipotence. Young readers will close the book knowing there's no need to fear when falling asleep--for God is always awake, watching over us and working in the world. (Click to view product)
Sam says: "Oooooo. *Gleeful hissing* [Smacks book]"
2. Does God Go on Vacation?
Does God ever leave Heaven? Does He take vacations? Will He ever go somewhere where He can't hear our prayers? Amy Gannett answers these questions in Does God Go on Vacation? Young readers will learn there's no need to worry about today or tomorrow--for God never takes a vacation! He is always with us. (Click to view product)
3. Did God Learn His ABC's?
Did God ever go to school? Does God need someone to teach him? Is there anything God doesn't know? The engaging, rhyming text and bold, delightful illustrations make God's omniscience understandable, relatable, and applicable for kids. Young readers will learn there's no need to hide their sins, questions, or dreams from God--for He already knows everything about them. (Click to view product)
4. His Grace Is Enough
This illustrated, rhyming book will help parents explain to children the unique and wonderful Christian message of God's grace--that Jesus offers forgiveness and allows us to move on from our mistakes. It can be used to share the heart of the Christian faith with children or to remind them that Jesus is the person to run to when they mess up. (Click to view product)
P.S. We interviewed Sam's dad, Kyle, on our podcast episode on "Printistry" where we talked about why these Christian kids' books are great not only for infants and toddlers, but for their parents as well. Check out our conversion about reading to babies, and books as ministry and hospitality.