Cover Image: God’s Big Plan

God’s Big Plan

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I like the sentiment of this story, that we have so much diversity in this world because that is what God wanted and planned for. It's presented in a simple format that kids will be able to pay attention to and enjoy. The illustrations felt a little flat to me, but did convey people of a variety of colors, races, cultures, and abilities, thus demonstrating the truly wide variety of people we have on this earth. Bonus points to the book for acknowledging that people also observe different religions and may worship differently. I think that part was honestly my favorite.

Thank you to the publisher for fulfilling my review request via NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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My son really enjoys this book, and I do too. The illustrations are beautiful and really allow for an inclusive view of the planet. It has fostered a beautiful discussion with my toddler about how different we all are but the similarities we all share in being Gods children.
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I enjoy how this book celebrates diversity but it is very simplistic. It doesn’t have a lot of discussion points, so it seems to be geared toward very young children.
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Shows the diversity of God's world, people and plan. I would not call this a religious book as it does not express any biblical theology.

A Special Thank you to Flyaway Books and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review
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A board book that showcases the variety of people, religions, customs, and places that make our world so diverse. Colorful illustrations will capture youngsters attention and the text leaves a lot for further explanation as you read with your child.
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