Monday, July 6, 2009

The I Believe Bunny: Book Review

The I Believe Bunny, written by Tish Rabe and illustrated by Frank Endersby, is the first in a new series of children's books centered around the I Believe Bunny. This picture book is most suitable for ages 4 to 8, but I would read it to babies and toddlers, as well.

In this book, the I Believe Bunny finds himself facing a crisis that he can't handle on his own. He turns to God and learns an important lesson about the power of prayer.

The illustrations, which are clear and bright without being overwhelming, are in the same style as the cover picture. The story, written in rhyme, is a light read that still teaches kids that God is faithful to hear our prayers. Children will also learn that God can use any of us--even if we're small, weak, or imperfect--to accomplish His work.

This is a precious book that would be a wonderful bedtime story for young children. You can learn more at the Thomas Nelson product page, or buy the book from or BooksChristian.

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  1. Adorable! I love the cover illustration!! :)

  2. This sounds like a great book to have and read to/with young children. THank you for sharing!


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