Book Review: God Gave Us So Much by Lisa Tawn Bergren

 

God Gave Us So Much by Lisa Tawn Bergren and beautifully illustrated by Laura J Bryant, a limited-Edition Three Book Treasury.

God Gave Us So Much combines three books in one: God Gave Us So Much, God Gave us Love, and God Gave us Heaven.

Every story has is about the adventures and lessons of a little polar bear Cub, and her family. Travel to the Arctic North Pole, and learn along with Little Cub as she discovers important lessons and the answers to her questions.

God Gave Us the World has Little polar bear wondering why all bears aren’t just like he and his family. His mama explains even though there are many bears in the world, there are all different kinds of bears.

God Gave Us Love begins with Grandpa Cub explaining to little cub while fishing how God shows love to everyone. “God gave us love, all kinds of love”. He also went on to explain the different kind of love.

God Gave Us Heaven has Little Cub asking his Papa what’s heaven? Papa explained that Heaven is God’s home.

I enjoyed reading this book and would recommend it to every parent to read this to their child.

Reading level: Ages 4-8

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