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Friday, July 19, 2013
Review: Wonderfully Made
Wonderfully Made by Joyce Meyer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
"God gives all of us unique gifts. We just have to discover what they are."
Joyce Meyer's children's book reminds us that everyone is special in God's eyes, and we each have a unique gift and talent if we just take the time to discover it. Hayley Hippo is so busy trying to imitate the talents of her friends that she becomes frustrated that she can't find her own talent. When a friend reminds her, "God didn't make you to be like everyone else, He made you to be you!" she finally discovers her own gift.
The illustrations are cute and the story is endearing. It captured the attention of my 4 year old and opened the door for some wonderful discussions.
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