Nothing Nothing Can separate You From Gods Love by Natalie Creech – Review by LAWonder10!
Nothing Nothing Can Searate You From God’s Love by Natalee Creech, Joseph Cowman (Illusrator)
Publisher : WorthyKids (February 8, 2022)
Language : English
Board book : 24 pages
ISBN-10 : 1546000933
ISBN-13 : 978-1546000938
Reading age : 1 – 4 years
Grade level : Preschool and up
Discover the biblical promise of God’s unending love in this whimsically illustrated board book that assures little ones nothing can separate them from God.
Can anything stop God’s love and God’s grace? This uplifting board book, based on Romans 8:38-39, looks at this question in the most fantastical ways. Curious children wonder if God’s love can be stopped by rumbling volcanoes, deep ocean waters, rain storms, hail storms, or even the mistakes we make. The answer is always a resounding, “No! There is nothing so powerful, nothing so strong—God’s love is too high and too deep and too long!” The engaging verse is paired with wildly imaginative illustrations, and the affirming message of God’s unstoppable love is one that parents will want to share with their little ones over and over.
Review By LAWonder10:
The rhymimg of the words in this book is impeccable! There is a wonderfully, smooth rhythm to each stanza.
Themessage is fun and uplifting.
The Illustrations done by Joseph Cowman are done in atractive watercolor variations, emphasizing, each type of situation mentioned throughout the book.
This is written so it will hold the pre-schooler’s attention, the elementay age chidren will enjoy it and it s written to be esily read by parent/guardian/teacher or anyone else.
It is a religious book, centering on God’s love.
The cardboard books seems to be securely made. It also comes in a hadback version.
I offer a Five Stars rating.
*I won this book on a Goodreads Giveaway. This is my honest review.
Meet the Author:
Natalee Creech is a children’s author who is equally at home in Canada, (where she grew up) in the U.S., (where she studied education) and in South Korea (where she taught for many years). Regardless of where she lives, she is probably sneaking more children’s books into the house, much to the delight of her children and the dismay of her husband. Oreo, the family cat, remains indifferent.