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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Little Lambs Ponder the Proverbs by Carol Movrich Gedde is a collection of eight stories; each written under an illustration to explain a verse in the Book of Proverbs. The stories are depicted as the fun adventures of the lambs and their Shepherd who guides them. This is the second in the series of four books. The other three are titled: Little Lambs, Lessons from Luke, Little Lambs' Christmas and Little Lambs Sing the Psalms.
The rhyming verse makes it easy for children to understand and rhymes work very well with children. Hannah, Mathew, and Andrew and their Shepherd steal the hearts of children with their cheerful adventures. The full page illustrations are bright and colorful, breathing life into all the characters and scenes of the book. Mathew's stories in this book are fun filled and will appeal to any young reader. Each story, whether it is of Mathew, Hannah, Mark or Andrew, have a positive and spiritually uplifting message for children.
'Never say anything that isn't true. Have nothing to do with lies and misleading words' - Proverbs 4:24 forms the underlying message of this book. Children are taught to differentiate between a lie and truth. This book sees the introduction of two new lambs, Stephen and Mark. Both the lambs contribute their bit to the messages discussed in the book. Like the other three books of the series, this book makes a good bedtime story and can be used for read-aloud in classrooms and libraries. It is an ideal book to be used for Sunday Bible classes.