Blog Tour Review: Seek & Find: Book of Mormon Stories by Jason Pruett

Seek and Find blog tour

Seek and Find: Book of Mormon StoriesSeek & Find: Book of Mormon Stories
by Jason Pruett
LDS Children's Book
Hardcover32 Pages
February 10th 2015 by Cedar Fort Publishing & Media

Summary

Search for Nephi, Moroni, and other hidden prophets and characters from the scriptures in this fun picture game book. Featuring scenes from the Book of Mormon, this book will keep kids entertained as they look for their favorite scripture heroes and hidden objects in the colorful illustrations. Perfect for home, church, or on the go, it makes learning the scriptures fun for everyone.

   

My Review

I signed up to review this one because I thought I would have a fun time with the kids seeking and finding with this book. I was right. The kids basically grabbed it out of my hands as soon as it came in the mail and then sat for some time trying to find all the different things. It is definitely slated for older children as my youngest didn't have any pictures to use as a reference. It was also challenging enough with a few items in each section that took a little bit more time to find, even for me. I would recommend it for children six and up, through teens. It could easily work as a quiet book, although fairly large in size, about 8 1/2" x 11" (about the size of a piece of paper). I really liked the drawings. It's definitely a book we'll take out once in a while and all look at together.

Content: Clean

Source: I received a complimentary copy from the publisher, which did not affect my review in any way.

PictureAbout the Author

Jason Pruett has a BFA in Industrial Design from Brigham Young University and an MFA in Illustration from the Academy of Art University. He has created art for games and animation. Jason currently illustrates picture books and the children’s comic book Jimmy Brass, 2nd Grade Detective. He lives in the Los Angeles area with his wife.


5 comments

  1. This does look like an entertaining book. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. My daughter would love this! Looks perfect for sacrament meeting :)

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  3. I don't usually enjoy wartime books. I get bored and can't visualize a lot of events. At least you still managed to enjoy this :)

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  4. Not so sure about the font choice, but other than that.... I LOVE it. It really is subtly beautiful. This series sounds awesome. I have the first book. Now I need to read it, in anticipation of this one!

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  5. Cayt Landis2/24/15, 8:37 PM

    Oh, this sounds like something I'd enjoy. I read a lot of historical fiction but I tend to stick to older eras. I should try some more modern stories. Thanks for the review! I'm adding it to my TBR piles. :)

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