Monday, 23 January 2017

Book Review: "All Things I Can Do" by Lilly Rowe

All Things I Can Do by Lilly Rowe
All Things I Can Do by [Rowe, Lilly]

"All Things I Can Do" is a children's poetry book that draws inspiration from Philippians 4:13 - "I can do all this through him who gives me strength." (NIV) - to encourage children to know that anything is achievable. The poems are accompanied by beautiful illustrations that reflect the poem it's associated with.

Amazon/Goodreads review:
"All Things I Can Do" is a superbly written children's poetry book, complete with rhymes and incredible illustrations. Kids can relate perfectly with each poem (e.g. baking with Grandma, riding a bike, being scared of monsters or thunder and lightning etc) and they are a perfect length for a nice, uplifting, short and sweet poem for your kids. The poems are simple and easy to read (perfect for early readers) and the rhymes flow nicely. The artwork is beautiful and interesting for young kids and adults alike. I laughed, I cried, I had a wonderful time reading it. I hope to see more beautiful children's books from this author in the future!

I thoroughly enjoyed this children's book and I know that your child will enjoy it, too (mine did!). The illustrations are magnificently done and, although it has a Biblical inspiration, it's definitely not overbearing. So, regardless of your religious affiliation, you would likely enjoy reading this story. I highly recommend it.

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