One Hand, Two Hands by Max Lucado is the latest book that I received courtesy of BookSneeze. I was excited to be able to request a children's book, as my four-year-old LOVES books. This book discusses all of the different ways a child can use his or her hands in helpful, kind and loving ways. It has a very positive message and is a great book for children aged 2-5.
I read this book to my daughter before bed one evening and it kept her attention. Mind you, it is a short book with only a few words on each page, and she is used to hearing longer, more detailed stories. The illustrations are very appealing and do a good job of showing what the text is saying. I think it will be a great book to add to our collection because of the reminders of all of the things that children are capable of doing for themselves. I would recommend this book to anyone and I'm thinking about letting my daughter's preschool teacher borrow it to share with her class!
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