02 January, 2017

Where Does Love Hide?

I received a copy of this book free to review. I was not financially compensated in any way. The opinions expressed are my own and are based on my observations while reading this book.

*My Review*
Where does love hide is a simple lift-the-flap book, that teaches children a big lesson. The point of this book is to help children understand some of the different places in their lives that they can find love. 

From helping others to sharing toys." Where Does Love Hide?" is geared towards ages 1-3 yr olds, but 5-7 yr olds who are learning to read can enjoy it as well, but some of the words may be a bit hard for them.

My 5 & 7 yr olds LOVED this book. my 7 yr old knew just about all of "words all on her own and she now reads it to her little sister daily(sometimes several times a day). This would make a great gift for the little ones in your life.

*About the Book*
In Where Does Love Hide? children are reminded that they not only receive love but have the opportunity to share love. Looking under the fun, lift-a-flap feature, children will see examples of everyday love opportunities. Each page includes a memory verse and an example of a way to share God’s love. In life, children hear the words “I love you” repeatedly, often beginning before birth. However, because love is an abstract concept and young children are concrete thinkers, they must gradually learn to understand love by what they experience. In Where Does Love Hide? children are given the opportunity to see love in action and learn what love looks like.

*About the Author*
Mary Manz Simon is an award-winning author whose titles have sold more than three million copies in the Christian channel and are available in ten languages. A long-time columnist for Focus on the Family, Mary has authored numerous articles for a variety of periodicals. Her speaking venues include Book Expo of the American Booksellers Association (BEA), National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), and International Retailing Show of the Christian Booksellers Association (ICRS). She serves as an adviser to MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) and was quoted in McCall's magazine as one of "America's top parenting experts."

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