In this adorable board book, a little panda thanks God for his wonderful mommy--a mommy who gives hugs and cuddles, who takes great care of him, and most importantly, who offers love and guidancefor her precious panda cub. I feel safe under your wings, my mother hen. It just might change your relationship with your child and bring y'all a little closer to each other. I received this book free from the publisher in order to read and give an honest review. Thank you God for my brother. Thank you for mommy and daddy and our families.
Joe serves as the President of in Grand Rapids, Michigan. You may unsubscribe from these email communications at any time. It's time to thank God for the blessing they are. I especially liked the illustration on the last page of a very touching interaction between momma and cub. While a little simplistic for my six year old, I think it would be ideal for a three to five year old. I did not care for the verse. In this adorable board book,a little panda thanks God for his wonderful mommy—a mommy who gives hugs and cuddles,who takes great care of him, and most importantly, who offers love and guidancefor her precious panda cub.
Thank you God for food! The illustrations were the best part of this book. I never really found anything in the story that said the bear was a boy or girl, but it doesn't really matter. Number two: the people there are gossipy and critical. The illustration shows the playful moments between a Mother and her child with love, care, protection and trust. Mommies do so much for us! It tells of the special little thing that mothers can do to mean so much to their children. After all that reading and some returns.
Thank You, God, for Mommy, And lullabies so sweet— The beating of her great, big heart Sings me right to sleep. When my daughter four and I were reading it, she would ask me what they were doing in the picture. Thank You God, For Mommy is a board book recommended for ages 1-3. I especially liked the illustration on the last page of a very touching interaction between momma and cub. Thank you God for our church! I was not required to write a positive review. I cannot wait to read more books from you in the future! When my daughter four and I were reading it, she would ask me what they were doing in the picture.
Thank you God for my nose! A panda bear and her cub star as the rhyming text reminds the reader to be thankful for all that mommies do. My son absolutley loved it he had me read it to him and then flew to grandma and had her read it to him, all he could talk about was the pictures and who he thought each panda was, he wanted to be the big panda lol This would be a great gift for Easter! Can you say thank you God? I just love love love the illustrations in this book. Grade: B+ I was granted access to a digital ga My Comments: This is a short book--only ten two-page spreads, each of which shows a baby panda and his mommy in some situation of daily living, with him thanking God for something she does, like kissing boo-boos, being patient with messes, turning frowns upside-down and more. It seemed like it was thrown in for no apparent reason. Mommies do so much for us! Mommies and Daddies do so much for us! Can you say thank you God? We also see the mother in her important role as a role model and teacher of faith. Joe and his wife, Martie, are the parents of three adult children and ten grandchildren. The words were true to life and hopefully my daughter learned something from it.
You were my first teacher, in the morning, you would walk me to school and bought my favorite snack, moo chocolate milk , and cupcakes, and when I arrived home in the afternoon, we would do our homework together while you nag me to focus more on studying and I should start to learn how to read by then. Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name. Thank you for the Bible and for our church. An entertaining book for infant through preschooler to read and enjoy with Mommy. Thank you God for you! Continue on with sky, flowers, grass, clouds, bugs, etc. Thank you for teaching me not to settle for anything else. Can you say thank you God? Mommies do so much for us! The love and sacrifices of mothers everywhere will be celebrated by mother and child as they snuggle up together and say Thank You, God, for Mommy My thoughts.
The cute rhymes are easy for young ones to memorize and repeat. The love and sacrifices of mothers everywhere will be celebrated by mother and child as they snuggle up together and say Thank You, God, for Mommy. Thank you God for the Bible! Some may, most may just watch. By having the book focus on feelings and deeper connections to one's parent, the book becomes deeper and far more valuable that any other mom-child book I have read for toddlers. Disclosure-I was kindly given a digital copy of this book for review purposes by Thomas Nelson through the Netgalley program. Thank You, God, for Mommy, And lullabies so sweet— The beating of her great,big heart Sings me right to sleep.
You always put our happiness before your own. On that day, our flowers, candy and cards will pale in comparison to the honor that you will receive from the One who truly sees all that you have done for us. How shameful that we live in a day when many dishonor and disrespect their mothers. We can paint beautiful pictures for God! Day and night, you taught me patiently. Thank you for watching, and sweet dreams! They make excellent gifts for the little ones in your life, or for gifts for new pare What a cute little book! Some of the rhymes didn't have the rhythm of the rest of the verse as if the author was just fitting in a rhyme for rhyme's sake. While a little simplistic for my six year old, I think it would be ideal for a three to five year old.
We learn through the prayers of the young that actions can really show a child how we feel about them. They are so sweet and they go right along with the narrative. They depict a mother and baby panda spanning both pages with verse on one page. I will be forever grateful for her influence in my life. Most of the text flows smoothly and highlights enough different roles that I think everyone will be able to relate.