God Bless Our Christmas Book Review/Giveaway




*Disclosure: I am a Tommy Nelson Mommy and was provided complimentary books to facilitate my review. These are my experiences and opinions yours may differ.*








About the book:

This sweet rhyming story will help your little ones focus on all the blessings of Christmas with family, including decorating cookies and trees, singing favorite carols, giving gifts, and celebrating Jesus!
God Bless Our Christmas has a unique black, white, blue, and red color palette that highlights the winter world of our adorable snow-animal families. The penguins, polar bears, arctic hares, snow owls, and their neighbors are each enjoying a different Christmas blessing or tradition. In the end, all of the animals gather around the tree, thankful for Jesus—the brightest part of the season.  
The third and sure to be best-selling title in the A God BlessTM Book series, God Bless Our Christmas features the same talented writer and illustrator used in God Bless You and Good Night and God Bless Our Easter. The padded hardcover is just one more feature that makes this book a Christmas gift Mom and Grandma won't be able to resist.

My Review:
I love the A God BlessTM Books. They are all so cute and always have the best illustrations to go with the stories. This particular one had cuddly animals and my daughter really liked it. She loves books that have animals in them. I especially enjoy when the book rhymes because it makes it easier to read to a toddler. I can read it in a sing song book and keep her engaged in the story. We really like this book and you can learn more about it at God Bless Our Christmas online. You can also enter to win a copy below. Good luck!


7 comments:

  1. My son adores penguins! Everytime he sees one he wants it!

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  2. My kids like reindeer and polar bears.

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  3. My grandchildren are especially fond of penguins.

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  4. My 16-month-old doesn't specifically know "winter" animals yet, but he would probably like polar bears :)

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