Tabby The Sparrow Learns Contentment

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TABBY THE SPARROW: LEARNS CONTENTMENT

Released: November 30, 2016
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MELODY (AGE 10)

About: This book is about Tabby the Sparrow and her mom. Tabby wants to be like other animals, but her mom reminds her that God also put special features on HER that no other animals have and that she is unique.
Like: I like the graceful illustrations and the lesson learned.
Dislike: I didn’t not like anything.
Recommend: I recommend this to all kids because this is a lesson all kids should learn at some point.

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EMILY (AGE 7)

About: This book is about how Tabby learns about everything in the world.
Like: I like how Tabby learns the whole world is different, and how God made everything.
Dislike: I don’t dislike anything.
Recommend: I would recommend this to everybody because kids will learn about contentment.

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A NOTE FROM MELODY + EMILY’S MOM

I can’t express how happy I am to read this book. It is for younger kids, but my girls still enjoyed the story and the beautiful illustrations. There are so many books out there that are just simple picture story books. We do love a good story and a good book, but it is definitely refreshing to read a book where there is a valuable lesson that can be learned through a sweet story. I like the connections Tabby’s mom makes with the different animals. I especially enjoy the Afterword and the truth that is shared worth in Christ. It can be a great discussion starter for kids who are beyond the picture book age.

OTHER REVIEWS

Coming soon…

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