Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links.

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My youngest daughter is at that age where everything is scary, she likes nothing new and she is always “sick,” which usually means she is unhappy about something. My oldest is at that age where she is growing into an independent and aware young lady, hesitant to share her worries at times. When Tommy Mommy offered God is Always Good, I was hoping it would help both of my girls.

God is Always Good is a cute picture book. It has a padded cover, but the pages are regular paper not board book-esque. It’s part story and part Q & A about God. A young bunny is asking his mother questions about God and she answers them. They are not written in poetic form but seem to be lyrical and even rhyme in many places.

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Each question has a bible verse to back up the answer. Over the course of the book, they address bad things happening, people dying, being scared and even what God can and cannot do. The illustrations show the bunny & his mother going through their day as if taking a walk & having a heart to heart talk with them.

I will be the first to say that God is Always Good isn’t the first book that my kids choose for me to read to them. It’s just not a story kind of book and frankly, I wasn’t expecting it to be. I read it 1-2 times a week for a few weeks to address some concerns they may or may not have had. My oldest is very contemplative and so I’m not sure if anything clicked for her or not. My younger daughter seems to be less fearful so I think it helped her a bit. It’s also a good enough story that they don’t tell me to stop & read something else :).

If you are looking to address fears and hurts and sad things in a God-centered way, this would be a good choice. Intended for ages 4-8, I would consider it pretty spot on.

If God is Always Good sounds like it would fill a need for a child in your life, you can enter to win one below. Please note that a comment is mandatory. If you do not comment, your other entries will be thrown out.

 

Good luck!

Jen S.

6 Comments on {CLOSED} Addressing Fear & Loss for Littles – God Is Always Good {Tommy Mommy Review & Giveaway}

  1. bianca roman
    1 October 2014 at 5:59 AM (2 years ago)

    i tell my son that i love him very much and baby jesus is always looking over him.

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  2. chickie brewer
    30 September 2014 at 2:23 PM (2 years ago)

    with lots of hugs and a very understanding heart.

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  3. Lori H
    27 September 2014 at 9:00 PM (2 years ago)

    Hugs. And reminders that God is always with them and will handle it all. Then we pray about their fears/scares.
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  4. Rebecca
    27 September 2014 at 5:09 PM (2 years ago)

    Read the Bible to them and pray with them.

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