Care For Creation….Book Review


Care For Creation….Book Review

Care For Creation….Book Review

Do you teach your children to care for our land? Do you teach them to recycle, to help keep their  community clean and to use chemical free cleaning products?  This is what Care for Creation is about, teaching young readers the responsibility in keeping our world an environmentally safe place to live. This book is full of ideas and tips to help us do a better job of taking care of our earth.  At the end of the book, there are discussion questions to understand better how to do this as well as suggested activities readers can do together to make keeping this earth clean.

I love this book from cover to cover! The pages with text are a cream color with the font brown making it easy on the eyes to read. And there are so many beautiful pictures to capture the interest of the young reader and also help to better understand the story. And the scripture verse on each page to go along with what the author is teaching is a special bonus to assure young readers the Bible teaches us to keep our earth clean. This cute little book is a must for your child’s library, and I recommend it for school, church public and Libraries as well.

This book was provided by Tribute Books. I was not expected or required to write a positive review. The review is my opinion only.

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Christy Baldwin Bio:
Writing has been a passion of Christy’s since she was very young. As a child, she loved to write stories for her grandfather and poems just for fun. She lives in Mason, Ohio with her family and is active in church, Boy Scouts, Girls Scouts and volunteering with various organizations. Christy has a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Cedarville University and a master’s degree in Special Education from the University of Scranton. She is a stay at home mom who enjoys spending time with her kids and being involved in their schools. Her previous children’s titles include Nine Things Nathan Noticed at Night and Remembering Wilma.



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