About the book: Get ready to shine a spotlight on the Holy Ghost! This unique picture book shares everyday situations and simple stories that teach children how to recognize the influence of the Spirit. When you shine a flashlight through the illustrated pages, you can discover how the Holy Ghost protects, comforts, directs, and witnesses of true gospel principles. A fun and illuminating book the whole family will love!
My review: This is such a cute children's book! My little guy and I enjoyed reading it together with our flashlight. I haven't read one of these kinds of books before and it was just fun to be able to shine the light through the page and see a picture answering the question. So cute!
I thought the author did a great job explaining what the Holy Ghost is and does for a younger crowd. I'm not sure how much our 3 year-old got out of the words in this book. But I do know that he had a great experience reading it and will want to read it again and again and use a flashlight, because it's just fun and he will eventually understand what the book is teaching.
The illustrations in this one are just fun! It really was a pleasure to read. If you've got little ones, this is a great book to use to teach them about the Holy Ghost!
I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Purchase links: Amazon - Deseret Book
About the author: Catherine Christensen graduated magna cum laude from BYU with a degree in English and editing. She worked in her dream job acquiring and editing books before switching to her other dream job of full-time mother. She is a dual citizen of the United States and the United Kingdom and has lived most of her life in England. She currently resides in Springville, Utah, with her husband and daughter. Catherine is the author of I Can Pray Everyday, Emily’s Perfect Christmas Tree, Blessing the Nephite Children, and The Holy Ghost.
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Labels: Catherine Christensen, Cedar Fort, Children's books, Lds picture book, Rebecca Sorge