“All Things Bright and Beautiful” by Cecil Frances Alexander

All Things Bright and BeautifulAll Things Bright and Beautiful by Cecil Frances Alexander
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This edition is best read in the hardcover edition, which is about the width and height of two Kindle devices each. Why is that? Kids love paper books more than ebooks any day, and this one is no exception. It is best suited for the physical approach as well, with its artistic imagery that draws a child in to touch, feel, and explore the pages of the ornate poem.

As far as content goes, it is a traditional Christian hymn repurposed to give children inspiration and dreams. Nothing new or special there – it’s really all about the artwork and format. This book is great for reading time or bedtime stories, and both children and (grand)parents will equally adore the art and style of the book.

Overall, it is a wonderful reminder, and excellent inspiration, to adore the creation so lovingly given to us by HaShem. Thumbs up.

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