Because I Love You Board book – 24 May 2001
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I don't believe in any God, and yet I still think this is a wonderful book.
I have chosen NOT to tell my children what to believe,and they have chosen to believe in God. They are seven and five.
They loved this book, but I had to show them the allegorical part.
I reckon; if I like it, then any Christian parent will love it!
The illustrations are beautiful, but the book ends at the wrong place. A child from the village disobeys Shaddai and goes through a hole in the wall, then can't find his way back because the hole has disappeared. At the end of the book, Shaddai knows immediately what the child has done and has gone to look for him. But as this is a book written by a Christian, I was surprised and disappointed that it didn't end with Shaddai finding the lost child; instead, the child is seen crying and alone in the scarey forest. What an awful image to end a Christian book.
I suppose the book would be okay if the parents used it as a springboard for discussion about coming back to God through Christ (although I myself wouldn't use it or recommend it), but I think by ending the book with separation from God, Lucado misses a golden opportunity to teach children about God's incomparable forgiveness and that He loves them so much that separation from Him is not ongoing.
I therefore returned the book as unsuitable for purpose.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What's not to love. Great story, great moral, really well toldPublished 12 months ago by mrs j lillie
Was slightly bigger than an A6 size and worn enough for my daughter to notice. The story was lovely except the ending as it is incomplete and leaves the kids asking what was going... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Elizabeth Joseph