God Bless My Boo Boo
By Hannah C. Hall, illustrated by Steve Whitlow
God Bless My Boo Boo is the perfect remedy for healing little hurts with a healthy dose of love!
Even the smallest scratches, bumps, and scrapes can sometimes be traumatic for children. When simple injuries happen, God Bless My Boo Boo is like a warm hug that helps ease the pain. Comforting, sweet, and sometimes silly rhymes guide readers through adorable scenes of baby animals and their boo boos and remind children that God is there to help. Just like Mommy Zebra makes a scraped knee better or Mommy Walrus helps tend a toothache, real moms will be able to use this book to make their little ones’ boo boos all better too!
A perfect gift for new parents and a great addition to every mom’s first-aid kit!
MY THOUGHTS ON THIS BOOK
Wow, what an adorable book! With these sick little animals wanting their mommies to take care of their boo boo’s is just an amazing idea for a children’s book. As I flip though this book again, I can just imagine the excitement of kids as they read about these precious animals. The graphics, the colors, on the inside and well as on the cover will have your child wanting to read this book over and over. This is a must have for me!!
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About the Author
Hannah C. Hall estimates that she has read around 4,500 bedtime stories to her children over the last few years. She is thankful to get to add her own books to their daily rotation. Hannah and her husband, Josh, have three children and live in a small town in Arkansas.
About the Illustrator
Steve Whitlow lives and works on a (very) windswept hill in Yorkshire, England, with his wife and young family. With no formal training but an amazing amount of natural talent, Steve has worked as a professional illustrator for two decades and now says his kids are his best critics.