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Will God's Mighty Warrior Book Review
Today's toddlers and children are just as enthralled with superheroes as their parents and grandparents were. Add to that, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Power Rangers, etcetara. Is it at all cool to be a little warrior for God? How do you get kids interested in fighting for the Lord? How do you explain such things as God's armor?
Sheila Walsh has penned many books for women as well as little princesses. She also has a series available that will appeal to our little princes. In Will God's Mighty Warrior, two young boys fight battles during the day in an effort to keep the world--aka, the yard--a safe place. Gradually, Will learns that God has armor to fight fights as well. Thinking it is tangible, the boys set out to dig up God's armor. Discouraged when they are not able to find it, Will informs his father that God must have forgotten to provide armor for the boys. Will's father explains God's armor and the types of battles that we fight in our lives.
This book is part of a series and will appeal most to boys who are between the ages of 3 to 6 years of age.
Will, God's Mighty Warrior is available from online retailers such as Amazon.com.
Disclaimer: this book was purchased by the reviewer. The opinions expressed herein are those of the reviewer and were not influenced by the author or any representatives of the author.
For those of you who have "little princesses" instead, the Gigi series is also available at Amazon.com
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