When God Created My Toes, by Dandi Daley Mackall , is written from a child's point of view exploring all the things that went into their own creation. With messy hands and a concentrated look, the child ask, "When God created my hands; Did my fingers snap? Did he help me clap? Did we cheer for angel bands when God created my hands?" Children will see that God created every aspect of them in a perfect way. The actions show how God delights in each child and lets them use their bodies to explore the world around them. The book is beautifully illustrated by David Hohn with both fun, rough sketches (my favorite) and colorful pictures that convey so much emotion.
My children enjoyed this book and my littlest one had me read it over and over. The rhymes are cute and make the book fun to read.
This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group through Blogging for Books.