God Loves Daddy & Me
This special children’s book is about a bond between a Daddy and his child and how God loves them. All ages will appreciate and relate to this story but especially ages 2-7 and any child who has a special relationship with their Dad! Each page is filled with something fun that Daddy’s and their child can do together with gentle reminders of God’s love for them sprinkled in.
God Loves Daddy & Me is a padded board book(awesome so no pages will get messed up) which tells the story of a daddy raccoon and his cub. They go on many adventures together in the book such as boat rides, walks where they talk, game time such as hide and seek, roasting marshmallows, praying, and even chore time. On each page there is a reference to the Daddy/Child relationship but also the relationship that we have with God our Father in Heaven in a way that a child can understand and compare.
The illustrations will keep your child’s attention as they are bright, colorful and very cute of a Daddy raccoon and his cub. They relate directly to the words that author has written so your child may even be able to read you back the story.
“God loves Daddy and Me, he listens when we pray. When we tell him “Thank You, ” it’s the best part of our day.” The illustrations on this page are so precious of the Daddy Raccoon and cub praying together, you can’t get much better then that!
If you are looking for a sweet easy bedtime story to read your child about the love of a Earthly Daddy and our Heavenly Father, you have found it with God Loves Daddy & Me!
We recommend this book 100% at MAK!
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