I Can Pray Every Day by Catherine Christensen, Illustrated by Corey Egbert (Blog Tour Review)

I Can Pray blog tour

Welcome to my tour stop for I Can Pray Every Day by Catherine Christensen and illustrated by Corey Egbert. I've reviewed a couple of previous books by this illustrator here and here. Check out the book info and my review below...

I Can Pray Every DayI Can Pray Every Day
by Catherine Christensen
Illustrated by Corey Egbert
LDS Children's Picture Book
Hardcover & ebook, 32 Pages
April 11th 2015 by Cedar Fort Publishing & Media

Summary

“Heavenly Father hears my prayers. I know He listens and He cares.” This adorable board book is the perfect way to teach your little ones when, where, and how to pray. With colorful illustrations, rhyming text, and simple reminders of eternal truths, it’s bound to become a family favorite in your home.

  

My Review

I Can Pray Every Day was a sweet, simple, and colorful picture book about where, when, and how we pray. The amount of words to be read on each page was pretty much perfect for the attention span of young children. The illustrations also fit the book so well. Overall a perfect addition to any LDS child's home library, to be used as a gift, and as a cute read for those of the Christian faith.

Content: Clean

Source: I would like to thank Cedar Fort for my complimentary copy, which did not affect my review in any way.

About the Author

Catherine Christensen loves books. She reads books, writes books, edits books, collects books, and even shelved books at the library for her first job. She also loves to travel and explore the world with her husband, Jon, and her daughter, Juliette. Catherine earned her BA from Brigham Young University. She grew up in England and now lives in Springville, Utah.

About the Illustrator

Corey Egbert has illustrated over ten books for children and numerous other publications. He has also exhibited his work in galleries and won awards for his handmade prints and digital illustrations. He lives in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia with his wife, his son, and their orange tabby.


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