Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Book Review: Angels, Angels, Everywhere by Michelle Beber

Title: Angels, Angels, Everywhere
Author: Michelle Beber
Publisher: Balboa Press
Pages: 30
Genre: Juvenile Fiction/Children’s Picture Book
Format: Paperback/Kindle/Nook

Angels, Angels, Everywhere is a non-denominational, multiracial book written in delightful rhythm and rhyme and accompanied by charming illustrations.  The themes of constant support and unconditional love are designed to help children deal with everyday experiences in life.

By developing children’s faith in knowing that they are not alone and building their trust that they are consistently watched over, cared for, and loved, children will become empowered to deal with life’s challenges.  The book also lets children know that angels are there in good times as well, sharing in their joy.

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My Review:

Do you believe in angels?  Most of us do, but how do we let children know that they are there to help us without being all new agey on them?  Michelle Beber's Angels, Angels, Everywhere is a fantastic illustrated children's book that approaches the subject with children in mind.  Told in rhymes, it explains to children what to do when they are sad, mad or even happy!  This is particularly helpful to help children with their emotions instead of acting out.  Nothing new agey about this book.  I would definitely buy it for my child if she or he was young.  It doesn't get into deep technical stuff either keeping it child friendly.  This book would make a great Christmas gift for the child or grandchild in your life.  I give this 5 rainbows!

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