Book Review: Night Night Blessings by Amy Parker


Night Night Blessings by Amy Parker is an adorable book for young children. The book is a great way to end the day on a positive note and focus on all the blessings that kids might experience throughout a day. Blessings for each day, such as food to eat, games with friends, favorite toys, bubble baths, the moon and the stars, are mentioned as things to be thankful for. This book also focuses on God as being the giver of all our blessings through the day. I think it is a great book to turn children's focus to gratitude. It is a good book for a beginning reader or to read to younger children who can't yet read.

The illustrations, done by Marijan Ramljak, are cute although not real bright on my e-book edition. I think they give a warm feeling to the story. I also like the children--they all have sweet faces. My son thought the illustrations and the story were both pretty good. He gave it 4 stars out of 5. I have this book on my kindle, but since it is not in color, I think it would be nicer to have it in the hard copy edition. We read it and looked at it on my Kindle for PC to get the full effect.

I received this book free from Thomas Nelson as part of their book blogger program. I was not required to write a positive review.

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