David Sticker Book by Karen Williamson



David Sticker Book by Karen Williamson

Illustrated by Amanda Enright


About this book
David Sticker Book is a fun, interactive retelling of the story of David and Goliath, complete with four pages of stickers, so children can help illustrate the story and fill in the gaps. Kids will love the fun, reusable stickers and bright illustrations as they engage with this well-loved Bible story.
My Thoughts On This Book
The Story of David and Goliath is one that most children enjoy and remember well. David Sticker Book tells this wonderful Bible story in words, pictures and added stickers for children to interact with the story. And I was suprised at the amount of stickers that are included in the book, they are wonderful. And I really like the illustrations as well. The book is a whole is beautiful inside and out. And as usual, I used my four year-old niece as the real person to review this book of David, and she absolutely loved it! We read the story together and she had a wonderful time placing the stickers on the correct pages, and as she placed the stickers, she talked about each one and we had fun talking about David and Goliath. This tells me that the stickers are a valuable source to go with the story because it keeps children much more interested in the story.
I highly recommend this book for your small child. I will know they will love it just as much as my niece does. And she still loves reading the book, even after the stickers are all in place.
I received this book free from Kregel Publishing. I was not required or expected to write a positive review. The
opinions here are my own.

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