Book review

God's Big Plans for Me

4:14:00 PM


This is a fun post to write as I get to do it alongside my oldest. Emily Grace is almost 11 and has a passion for reading. For this post I asked HER the questions. After all this book is geared towards her. Why not take it right out of the mouth of babes?


  • When she first saw the book? It looked cool and creative.



  • What the first thing that caught your eye? I would have to say Adam and Eve. It's fun how there are all kinds of colorful pictures.

  • Tell me a little bit about the devotion? There, hmmm. The pictures say a lot about what is going on. And there is little captions on the sides that will say things like "God Trust you" "Think" "Remember" and "Question". It gets my mind to think about what is going on in the story.



  • What was your favorite thing about this devotional? I think, how colorful it is. It's fun and there is a lot of people. They are all different in a way.

  • What about the actual content of the book? The stories tell me a lot about the people. Like in Adam and Eve (the first chapter of it) they described how what God did to make Eve and it was very descriptive.

  • If you could pick just 1 story (day) in the book that was your favorite, what would it be and why? I think my favorite is Day 13, "God Calls Samuel". Because it talks about a little kid and it shows that there ARE little kids in the bible and not just grown ups. I also like this one because it talks about how God is talking to him and so it's just very interesting how he does it. Because at first he doesn't believe, and then he believed after Eli told Samuel that it wasn't him it was God. Then the 2nd time God talked to him, Samuel had said "speak Lord, your servant is listening" then God started talking.

  • Who would you recommend this book to? All kids in the world that love and care and are interested in devotions because this book is really unique in many ways. Because it has all of these stories, that are all described differently. It's kind of like a chapter book, but it's not.

  • If you were to rate this book on a scale of 1-10, 10 being the best book ever, what would you rate it? 10 for the best devotion, ever.



Thank you to Rick Warren and his publishers, one lucky winner gets to have a copy of their own. You must be at least 18 years or older to enter and a U.S. resident. Simply click on the rafflecopter below to enter!




Disclosure (in accordance with the FTC's 16 CFR, Part 255: " Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and testimonials in Advertising") Many thanks to Propeller Consulting LLC for providing this prize for the giveaway. Choice of winners and opinions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation. I did receive a sample of the product in exchange for this review and post

You Might Also Like

1 comments

  1. Thank you for sharing. Love devotional books for kids.

    ReplyDelete