But who would be the best judge of a children's book? Why not let our Pre-K 3 class decide?
So, I grabbed my camera and took photos as Heidi read "If I Were a Worm". The children sat quietly and listened. They enjoyed the darling illustrations by Sherrie Molitor. The book was short which is a good thing since the attention span of little ones isn't very long. They learned something about the life of a worm. They answered questions. They even got to wriggle like a worm back to their desks after the book was read to them. They loved that! :)
Since our class enjoyed the worm book, we offered it to Miss Annie who teaches another Pre-K 3 class next to ours.
She reported back that her class also enjoyed the book and sat quietly through the reading.
I received this book for free for the purpose of reviewing it. I have to say that I would highly recommend it for children aged 3-5.
The authors Carson and Davis Hill are brothers. I was very impressed that 10% of the royalties are donated to an organization called Compassion. Their motto is releasing children from poverty in Jesus' name. That says much to me about their hearts. I was impressed that these two young authors were already concerned for others. I think Carson and Davis have an amazing future in front of them. In fact, there will be more releases in the future like "If I Were a Fish" and "If I Were a Frog" and "If I Were a Bee".
You can purchase the book on Amazon for only $8.99. There is even a Kindle version which is currently FREE.
So if you have little children or grandchildren, go and check it out.
Blessings and love,