Review: Children's Broken Crayons Still Color



        Broken Crayons Still Color children's picture book is perfect for ages 4-8. The text is organized into simple paragraphs which can be read by the child or parent. This organization is perfect for this age group.

        The authors, Shelley Hitz and Jennifer Waddle, used imagery throughout the book. The employment of this literary tool was used to help the children understand broken crayons can still color something beautiful. Each page had a colorful page that helped reinforce what was being taught.

        The beautifully illustrated book cover helped to introduce the story by having two young girls color with broken crayons. At the end of the book are discussion questions for a parent to discuss with the child, a prayer and a verse to remember.

        I recommend this picture book to children ages 4-8 and their parents.

  "I was provided this book by the author in exchange for my honest review."

About the Authors:

Shelley Hitz is the author of the 7-week book study, “Broken Crayons Still Color: From Our Mess to God’s Masterpiece.” While writing this book for adults, God gave her the inspiration to turn the content from the introduction into a children’s book, which you are reading today. Shelley is an author coach and artist with a passion to help others share their story in creative ways through books, art, and letting their light shine for Jesus. You can find our more at www.ShelleyHitz.com.


Jennifer Waddle first dreamed of becoming an author after reading 100 books in the 4th grade and winning a class contest. She began to write on any scrap of paper she could find, and asked for a new typewriter. Every. Single. Christmas. She is the author of the kid’s book series, A Day in the Life of a Little Kid, and the Brad Finkley Middle School series. Jennifer resides with her family near the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. You can learn more about her writing at JenniferWaddleOnline.com or connect with her at Facebook.com/JenniferWaddleKidsAuthor

Comments

Sandee said…
Broken things often work just fine. Sometimes even better than things not broken. It's our perception that counts.

Have a fabulous day, Michelle. ♥♥♥

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