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About Little Heroes: Inventors Who Changed the World

Little heroes inventors who changed the worldFrom the ranging curiosity of Leonardo da Vinci to the dedication and sacrifice of Marie Curie, Little Heroes: Inventors Who Changed the World is a young child’s first introduction to the brilliant people who taught us the meaning of perseverance and innovation. Simple text and adorable illustrations tell the contributions of nine renowned inventors from around the world: Cai Lun, Leonardo da Vinci, Marie Curie, Thomas Edison, Orville and Wilbur Wright, Grace Hopper, Mary Sherman Morgan, and Nikola Tesla. Inspire your own little inventor with the words of these inventive heroes who changed the world.

My review

Children’s books are some of my very favorite books! I love the way they teach things to kids in an easy to understand way. And who doesn’t love the pictures?

This one is such a great little book. I love the way the author has picked people from history who really did change the way people in their time lived, as well as our time. Each of these inventors did so many great things. They are all worth not only our kids knowing about them, but us as adults as well. And the author mentions a little about them as children, making them easy for kids to relate to.

The pictures in this one are so cute. I love the way the characters are drawn. They are just fun!

I was sent an e-copy of Little Heroes: Inventors Who Changed the World by the publisher. All opinions are my own.

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The Atonement of Jesus Christ is for me

About The Atonement of Jesus Christ is For Me

The Atonement of Jesus Christ is For Me Christ’s Atonement is stronger than storms on the sea–and it’s Jesus’s gift to you and to me. This reverent, rhyming picture book teaches that the Atonement can help us overcome any challenge we face, whether we’ve made a bad choice or feel lonely or scared. Help your children learn that when we turn to Jesus Christ, we can do hard things and become our best selves. 

My review

I love reading children’s books! The way they tend to rhyme just works for me. And who doesn’t love to look at the pictures?! I know that’s my favorite part.

This cute little picture book would be perfect to read to your young ones at night. It has a great cadence for reading aloud. I also would love it for family home evening. The way the author explains the atonement is simple enough for young kids. But at the same time it’s complex enough for the adults who are reading it to the kids. 

And I loved the illustrations. It’s just an all-around great kids book! 

I was sent an e-copy of The Atonement of Jesus Christ is for Me by the author. All opinions are my own.

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About the author

Sierra Wilson started talking early and has been a storyteller ever since. She loves to teach and work with children, and this love has shaped her life from working as a junior high/high school English teacher and children’s art teacher to serving as a church children’s leader and a mother. Sierra is passionate about writing, art, hiking, family time, and eating entirely too much chocolate. She currently lives with her husband and three young children in the prairies of Alberta, where she is a toddler-chaser by day and a writer/artist by night. 

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