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!KINDLE ☨ Mama, I Want to See God ⚇ Do I Look Like God Where Can I See Him Wanting To Connect With God, A Child Asks His Mother These Questions And In This Rhyming Verse Book In Answer, Mother S Tender And Patient Responses Model God S Love At The Story S End, Mother Has Answered All Of The Questions, Letting The Child Have A True Connection With God The Purity Of Children And The Spirituality Of All Cultures Radiate In This Touching Story The overall theme and message of this book is beautiful I love the premise With simplicity of words and colorful illustrations to support her message, Fortenberry communicates a story of purity Rating 3.5 5Recommend YesOther Multi cultural appealAn e copy of this title was made available by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Wow What a beautiful shining story and such an easy read I was highly impressed with this author s presentation Being an author and reaching out to our YA audience, it s not an easy task Surely, it took a lot of concentrated energy to speak a message of this magnitude And the author has mastered that skill The cover alone illuminates that there s an exciting story, behind its pages It is so true that the purity of children and its spirituality is radiated through this touching story Not only are our children precious they are very curious And that they are Yet, this story is not just limited to the youth its words will spark an interest to our adults alike It wouldn t be a surprise if this storybook was embraced on the shelves of our public school system Certainly, it is well written and creatively presented Looking for that great gift What a great gift for your next baby shower or just any occasional gift giving event This author has done a remarkable job Kudos I m very interested in reading from this author Overall, it s a great story line, with great pictures, and great job Vanessa Fortenberry and your Illustrator Leah Jennings. Title Mama I Want To See God.Author Vanessa FortenberryIllustrator Leah JenningsPublisher BQB PublishingPublished 2 26 2014 ISBN 9781939371089E Book ASIN B00I4EC9R6Pages 56Genre Children s FictionTags ReligionSensual Level N A Overall Rating Great 4.5Reviewed For NetGalleyReviewer DelAnneChildren can ask questions that put us on the spot without even trying The most difficult to answer are those about believing in a God one can not see or touch They believe in the tooth fairy and Santa Claus without proof, but ask such penetrating questions when it comes to God Vanessa offers answers children of all ages can understand, told in verse form that appeals to them The verse along with the beautiful illustrations will have your young reader asking to read Momma, Want To See God again and again. I was sent a complimentary copy of this book for review thank you I have waited until I could share it with my children several times before posting my review.My 4 year old loved pointing out the page numbers and loved the pictures The main concept she seemed to take away from the story, was that God lives in our hearts and loves us so very much I think that the ryhming flow of the story helps captivate her attention as she listens to the words My 6 year old who I call my spiritual child really loved the story He said that he liked reading about God s love with me, because we both love God and he likes to talk to me about it My 7 year old wasn t as big of a fan of the book He couldn t explain why, but maybe the story is geared a little towards preschool and early school age children He did like how it talked about how God created EVERYTHING The artwork in the book is beautiful The style is almost drawn in color blocks which gives the drawings depth and a feeling of viewing a painting instead of just drawings The story features several different Mamas who are each diverse and unique just like God created us all to be uniqueI am fearfully and wonderfully madePsalm 139 14I would definitely recommend this book It reminds us, even adults, that we can see God in everythingfrom the birds that sing, to our own image in the mirror.