Would a Worm Go on a Walk?

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Would a Worm Go on a Walk?

Author: Hannah C. Hall
Illustrator: Bill Bolton
Released: April 2016
Publisher: Ideals Childrens Books
Pages: 32
For Ages: Early Elementary school age
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Melody (age 9)
What the book is about: The book is about someone imaging if a worm could go on a walk, or a piglet could play piano, or a lion being a lifeguard, but that’s not how they were designed. God made them and planned every detail right.
Like: I like that this book explains it in a funny way.
Dislike: I don’t like that they use the word ‘froo-froo’ because people may not know what that means.
What I learned: I learned things about animals that I didn’t know.
Recommend: I would recommend this book to young kids.

Emily (age 7)
What the book is about: The book is about animals and imagination.
Like: I like that for starters, it tells you more about animals.
Dislike: I like everything.
What I learnedI learned that even if you imagine something, it doesn’t always come true, but it’s fun to imagine.
Recommend: I would recommend this book to everyone!


Notes from Melody and Emily’s mom:
I wasn’t sure what to expect from this book, but it has great rhyming sentences and super cute illustrations. This is great for little ones. We did learn a few new things about animals, which was an added bonus. The girls have been reading chapter books for quite awhile now, but they still really enjoy picture books, especially when they have wonderful illustrations. This will be a wonderful one to share with little friends. A fantastic lesson to learn that while it would certainly be amazing for everyone to do and be everything, God designed us with a plan and purpose in mind that is specific to each individual.
– Joyce



About the Author:
Hannah C. Hall is the author of best-selling children’s books, including God Bless You and Good Night and God Bless Our Christmas, as well as an award-winning blog, HannahCHall.com. Hannah lives in Prairie Grove, AK with her husband, Josh, a worship pastor, and their four children.

One lucky reader will receive a copy of Would a Worm Go on a Walk? Giveaway ends Monday, July 4th. (Giveaway open to US and Canada residents ONLY. If you have been a winner of one of our giveaways in the last 30 days, you are not eligible for this giveaway.)

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