If you’re looking for a beautiful, color-filled journey to show your children or grandchildren how special they are and how much they are loved by God, then look no further than this heartwarming picture book—Little Sweet Pea, God Loves You.
Featuring read-aloud rhymes and adorable illustrations, Little Sweet Pea, God Loves You is the perfect book for a parent, grandparent, or any other loved one to share with the little one in their life. With each reading, it will bring joy to your child’s heart, and might even bring a tear to your eye as the charming illustrations and sweet rhymes remind you how precious these moments are between you and your Little Sweet Pea.
If you love books from authors like Nancy Tillman (On the Night You Were Born) and Lisa Bergren (God Gave Us You), then Little Sweet Pea, God Loves You is the book you’ve been waiting to read with your little one.
Little Sweet Pea, God loves you. From button nose to gentle coo.Squishy cheeks and sparkly eyes, Pure delight and perfect size.
Little Sweet Pea, God Loves You:
- Is a wonderful gift for a new baby, new parents, baptism, birthday, or any occasion to show your child or grandchild they will always be God’s Little Sweet Pea
- Reminds children how special they are and how much they’re loved by those around them
- Has an engaging cover adorned with a bright, color-popping gloss
|Product dimensions:||9.20(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.40(d)|
|Age Range:||3 Months to 4 Years|
About the Author
Annette Bourland has been writing books, poems, cards, cartoons, and jingles ever since she can remember. As an editor and now publisher, her love for creating entertaining content continues. Working with authors and illustrators around the globe is one of the best jobs anyone could ask for. With more than 25 years in the publishing world, Annette serves as a member of the Executive Leadership Team at Harper Collins Christian Publishing and Harper Collins Focus. She earned degrees in English and Business Administration from Hope College, and an MBA from the University of Colorado. Annette lives in Michigan with her husband and son.
Kit Chase's artwork has been sprinkling bits of magic across the globe through her bestselling shop Trafalgar's Square. She works with a mixture of watercolors, gouache, acrylic, and ink to create her darling friends. She resides in Sunny California with her sidekick husband, five rollicking children, and one rowdy corgi. She likes ice cream with rainbow sprinkles, flower gardening, and taking long, rambling walks with her little sweet peas.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
LITTLE SWEET PEA, GOD LOVES YOU is a darling book for a shower gift or welcome to a new baby that tells how much they are loved by both God and family. This will be a book that is read over and over, shared with birth stories, and "eaten" up by the child as they embrace the love God and family has for him. I was given a copy free All opinions are my own.
“Little Sweet Pea, God loves you. From button nose to gentle coo. Squishy cheeks and sparkly eyes, Pure delight and perfect size,” begins Kit Chase’s illustrated children’s book, Little Sweet Pea, God Loves You. ~ What ~ At thirty-two pages, this oversized hardbound with a jacket cover targets children ages four to eight years old who enjoy animals and loving relationships. With no scary scenes, it is a story told in rhyme about God and parents’ love for young children. Including some complicated wording, it would be best read out loud to beginner readers. With colorful depictions of bears, deer, cats, sheep, giraffes, foxes, owls, hedgehogs, tigers, bunnies, and mice, the rhyming tale explains how the parent cares about his or her offspring, appreciating their characters, features, and actions while reminding them that God loves them too. ~Why ~ This is a charming story of the relationship between parents and children, promoting how wonderfully God loves them too. I like the cute and thoughtful illustrations that include button noses, squishy cheeks, hair swirls, tiny toes, melting giggles, little hands, soft skin, and snuggling before bedtime. ~ Why Not ~ Those who are not parents or are not around young ones may not note the value of love through observation. Beginner readers may find the two- and three-syllable words hard to pronounce. ~ Wish ~ While I appreciate the reminder of God’s love added to this book that is similar to another by the author, I wish the illustrations were a little more eye-catching and detailed to hold the interest of little ones. ~ Want ~ If you are looking for a cute story of the special love parents and God have for children, this is a thoughtful read but may not hold a wee one’s attention. Rating: 4.5 of 5 stars Thanks to the Z Blog Squad for this complimentary book that I am under no obligation to review.