God Loves You Very Much / VeggieTales by Cindy Kenney

God Loves You Very Much / VeggieTales

byCindy Kenney

Kobo ebook | September 13, 2011

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On each page of this fun, rhyming, board book shaped like Bob and Larry, kids meet their favorite VeggieTales characters who encourage them to remember that God loves them very much. Bob the Tomato says: “God made you special, but here is the rest… He loves you so much—he thinks you’re the best!” Kids will giggle their way through each page as Bob, Larry, and their Veggie friends share a special message that will last a lifetime! Through imaginative and innovative products, Zonderkidz is feeding young souls.

Title:God Loves You Very Much / VeggieTalesFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 13, 2011Publisher:ZonderkidzLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0310424348

ISBN - 13:9780310424345


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice book This book, by Cindy Kenney and Brian Ballinger is a very honest book. It doesn't get into Jesus or faith or scripture. It could be used by anyone that believes in a God that takes a personal interest in your life. Each character recounts a few of the things that are right and wrong with them and says that God loves them anyway. The French Peas say "We once were fish slappers, we've even thrown shakes. But God loves us even though we make mistakes." Laura Carrot talks about her parents taking care of her when she's sick and God being there, too. And yes, Junior Asparagus is in this one. It's a page per character and simple to read. It's fun to do voices, if you know them or just make them up, if you don't. We started reading this one before our kids started watching Veggie Tales and some things were confusing, because they didn't know the characters, but they quickly accepted that the characters were each unique, but God loved them that way. I will say, though, now that my kids are watching Veggie Tales, they get more out of the characters.
Date published: 2008-05-29