Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Blog Tour/Review: I Can Love Like Jesus, Written by Heidi Poelman; Illustrated by Chase Jensen

I Can Love Like Jesus, Written by Heidi Poelman; Illustrated by Chase Jensen
2017, 32p, Children's Picture Book/Religious
My Rating=5 Stars
Source: I received a complimentary copy from the publisher, which did not affect my review in any way

Help your little ones live and love like Jesus did with this adorable picture book. The simple text and beautiful illustrations show children exactly how Jesus loved others and how to emulate Him with small acts of kindness, like sharing, forgiving, and comforting. Invite the Savior into your home and feel His peace each time you read this book together.

This is a fantastic children's book! It explores the question, "How did Jesus Love?" It's full of great examples which are easy for children to understand. It's also a good reminder for adults!

I loved the illustrations! The ideas expressed on each page are cleverly reinforced through the artwork. This is a book that children, as well as adults, will enjoy looking at. It can also be used to discuss scripture stories with older children. It's a high quality book on nice, thick paper. It's one you will want to pick up for yourself, as well as a copy to give away!

About the Author:

Heidi Poelman is the author of A is for Abinadi: An Alphabet Book of Scripture HeroesA Mother’s Greatest GiftThe Two-Minute Marriage Project: Simple Secrets for Staying in Love, and the upcoming books I Can Love Like Jesus and A Is for Adam: An Alphabet Book of Scripture Heroes. Heidi received her degrees in communication from Brigham Young University (BA) and Wake Forest University (MA). When she’s not writing, cooking, cleaning, or carpooling, Heidi loves playing in the outdoors with her family, going out for date night, and reading bedtime stories. She lives in Utah with her husband and four children.

About the Illustrator:

Chase Jensen grew up in Cleveland, Utah, and has always wanted to be an artist. He studied illustration at Brigham Young University, and later moved to live near his small hometown with his wife and two daughters.

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