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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Angels Can be Silly and Playful Too! by Sannel Larson is a delightful book for small children. It tells children about the presence of Guardian Angels in their lives and how these Angels keep a watch over them and protect them all the time. The rhymes and the illustrations are colorful and delightful and they add to the charm of the story. This story gives a sense of security to kids by telling them how safely protected they are by their Guardian Angels. The story is filled with joy and mirth and the Heavenly Father watching over the Angels is indeed a comfort.
The book is wonderful and full of whimsy. 'Angels come in many sizes and colors, just like snowflakes, no two are alike' is a wonderful snippet from the story that sums up the Angels. I would recommend this book to all school libraries and it will also make a good bedtime story to read out to little kids while putting them to bed. The illustrations breathe life and movement into the story.
The story will give reassurance to little kids that there is someone invisible who is protecting them. The author also tells kids that Angels are everywhere - on the book, on the pillow case, behind the tree and they can see them if they look closely. It is indeed an inspirational and charming story. The depiction of the Angels as silly and fun loving is great.