Momma, Momma, Who Made the Stars?

Momma, Momma, Who Made the Stars?

by Rosa Purcell


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Stella's whimsical approach to nature delivers a simple message to children to always be curious about the world around them and to appreciate this beautiful planet God created for us.

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ISBN-13: 9781483443348
Publisher: Lulu Publishing Services
Publication date: 02/25/2012
Pages: 34
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.09(d)

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Momma, Momma, Who Made the Stars? 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Reviewed by Kim Anisi for Readers' Favorite If you are Christian and your kid always asks a lot of questions about where everything comes from, then Momma, Momma, Who Made the Stars? by Rosa Purcell would be the ideal book to read to your child. It is the charming story of a little mouse and her mother. The little mouse looks at everything in wonder and asks her mother who made the stars, the rivers, and many other things on Earth. Her mother willingly replies to those questions and teaches her kid about the one mighty being called God. The little mouse is amazed, but also asks questions about how just one being could be powerful enough to create a whole world and everything in it. Momma, Momma, Who Made the Stars? by Rosa Purcell is a cute little story aimed at Christian children. It is suitable as a bedtime story to read together with your children, as the story also ends with the little mouse peacefully going to bed. The story itself is accompanied by beautiful illustrations that match what is happening. The pictures are charming and children will enjoy looking at them while their parents read the story to them. Early readers could, of course, also read the story on their own as the vocabulary is kept simple enough. The story can probably be read to a child in about 10-15 minutes. Just about the right amount of time to make a child sleepy enough for bedtime.