Daddy, I Want to Know God

Families Growing in Faith

Children - Religious Theme
30 Pages
Reviewed on 05/12/2020
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Daddy, I Want to Know God (Families Growing in Faith) by Vanessa Fortenberry is an excellent book that works as a good tool when it comes to teaching children about God. The story shows different children from various parts of the world asking their parents about God and their replies. Each child had a different question to ask and, on reading this book, children will understand that God knew them before they were born and he knew everything about them. Children learn that God's love is everlasting. They also learn that God will never leave them and they can feel his touch. Children are also told how Jesus sacrificed his life for them in order to save them. The conversational approach to the subject makes it easy for children to connect with the author's words and realize how they all fit into God's plan.

Daddy, I Want to Know God by Vanessa Fortenberry is uplifting and is a good way to help children understand the power and presence of God in their lives. The illustrations are as delightful as the words and they add color and life to the book, making it appealing to young readers. Tutors and parents can use the book for storytelling and read-aloud sessions in classrooms and homes and explain to children about God and his love for them. It is a good book to use in Bible classes too as it is informative and interactive. The gentleness and divinity in expression about God are heartwarming and will leave a lasting impression in the minds of readers.