All Things Bright and Beautiful
In today’s world of violence, sorrow, and sin, isn’t it nice to focus on something good? Maybe to focus on All Things Bright and Beautiful? That’s what I thought! And if it’s true for us as adults, then I figure it’s even more so for children.
All Things Bright and Beautiful is a new children’s book. It’s large (10″ square), and full of beautiful, colorful illustrations by British artist Katy Hudson:
As for the text, that’s no surprise: it’s the words of the timeless, classic 1848 hymn. As one who loves hymns, and misses them in our modern worship services, this is a plus. It’s a great way to introduce young children to the rhymes and language that have comforted Christians for years.
This book would make a wonderful gift for a child 4-7. Thanks to FlyBy, I can give away a copy to one of you! Enter using the rafflecopter form below —
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Also read this month (because those of you visiting for What’s On Your Nightstand are probably more interested in adult fare …):