I received a complimentary copy of this book for review purposes. All thoughts are my own.
We have added to our children’s library and like most books in our personal library, this book is diverse and inspirational. Would a Worm Go on a Walk? is a simple reminder of God’s designs and purpose for the things in our world, including His masterpieces–you and I.
Author Hannah C. Hall and illustrator Bill Bolton made this children’s story easy to read and easy on the eyes with one to two sentences per page (great for young readers) and vibrant and contemporary illustrations of animals in interesting scenarios and activities. With repetitive phrases, young readers, like my little ones did, will naturally anticipate the phrases and say them as they are being read. Along with the repetition are funny questions about several animals in the book. Questions about animals being in various situations and scenarios such as, “Will a pig…?” had my daughters filling the room with laughter. The book is just long enough where readers will stay completely engaged, interacting with each page.
The Would a Worm Go on a Walk? takes a surprisingly inspirational turn to remind readers about purpose of animals and mankind. So often we can forget that God has always had a plan and purpose for al of His creations. Sharing this idea with children during their early years will be beneficial to them as they navigate through their childhood and adolescence.
Recommended for ages 4-7.
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