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Little Lambs Sing the Psalms by Carol Movrich Gedde is the story of the little lambs and their Shepherd. It is the fourth book in this series. Like the other stories, this book is also a collection of eight stories where a verse from the Psalms is explained. The author uses an attractive rhyme scheme and colorful illustrations to make it easy and simple for children to understand. Other books in this series are: Little Lambs' Lessons from Luke, Little Lambs Ponder the Proverbs, and Little Lambs' Christmas. By now the reader will be familiar with Andrew, Mathew, Hannah and their Shepherd.
The book caters to small children. It is an excellent way of introducing them not only to reading, but also to Psalms in a good way. The author has expressed them very nicely and the colorful, child-like illustrations make it very easy to understand. This book can be used as a bedtime story book and also for read-aloud in classrooms and libraries. This collection can also be used in Sunday school for teaching children about religion and Bible. This series is ideal to be kept in school libraries.
It is always good to make children read books with a concept, message, and moral because that is the best way they can be taught. All four books spread uplifting messages to the kids for inspiration and motivation. These books have a spiritual message that speaks about the Lord and his blessings. It is one of the best ways of introducing children to spirituality.