All Things Bright and Beautiful

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All Things Bright and Beautiful

Author (of original hymn): Cecil Frances Alexander
Illustrator: Katy Hudson
Released: February 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: This book is about the original poem, All Things Bright and Beautiful, and it talks about how God made things how he wanted them to be and he made things just right.
Like: I like the curly wording and beautiful illustrations that blew me away to our wonderful world.
Dislike: I don’t like the kites on pages 19-20 because I would like the kites to be diamonds like they usually are.
What I learned: I learned that God made things the exact way he wanted.
Recommend: I would recommend this book to kids ages 0-10.

Emily (age 7)
What the book is about: The book is about God making things bright and beautiful.
Like: I like all the pretty pictures and the butterflies and animals.
Dislike: I don’t dislike anything.
What I learnedI learned that God made things bright and beautiful and it is really beautiful!
Recommend: I would recommend this book to everyone.

Notes from Melody and Emily’s mom:
A beautiful book with a beautiful message and beautiful pictures. It is another reminder to look for the beauty of God’s creation in the everyday.

– Joyce

 

About the Book:
First published by Cecil Frances Alexander in 1848, this favorite hymn has become a mainstay of churches and Sunday school classes everywhere. Here artist Katy Hudson brings new joy to the words with her fresh and bright watercolor style. Readers can join in the fun as they follow two little girls and their brother on a day filled with the discovery of “all things bright and beautiful.”

About the Artist:
Katy Hudson was raised in Middlesbrough, England, and started her career as a small child drawing on freshly painted walls. Her parents quickly encouraged drawing with pencil and paper instead. The idea stuck, and after earning a degree in illustration, Katy is now a freelance illustrator. Katy works at a desk in a studio within Old London Library and likes to tap dance in her spare time.

Giveaway
One lucky reader will receive a copy of All Things Bright and Beautiful. Giveaway ends Friday, July 29th. (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.)

For your chance to win, leave a comment below sharing your favorite book about all things bright and beautiful, your favorite hymn, or just say “Howdy”. For extra entries, tweet about the book, share on Facebook, or leave a comment on any post on our family blog Keeping Up with the Moys. Leave separate comments to each extra entry with link to entry if possible.

Other reviews:
Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Family Christian

“Disclosure (in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”): Many thanks to Propeller Consulting, LLC for providing this prize for the giveaway. Choice of winners and opinions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation. I did receive a sample of the product in exchange for this review and post. Only one entrant per mailing address, per giveaway. If you have won a prize from our sponsor Propeller / FlyBy Promotions in the last 30 days, you are not eligible to win. Or if you have won the same prize on another blog, you are not eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.”

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7 thoughts on “All Things Bright and Beautiful

  1. What a great looking book! I run a homeschool co-op in Greenville, Texas and would love to have this book to read to our younger students. Thanks for this opportunity 🙂

  2. Pingback: Blog Year in Review {2016} | Keeping up with the Moys

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