This is a book review for Booksneeze.

When I saw another children’s book was available by Max Lucado, I had to jump on the opportunity. Lucado’s book, Just In Case You Ever Wonder, is a good short read for any child’s bedtime story. The illustrations show the child as a little girl, but I think the story still applies to a little boy just the same.

The story begins with God thinking about the baby and tells how it was His decision to bring the baby into this world. Lucado talks about the same God that made the universe and world fashions each and every single one of us. Sharing with the reader that we are special, because God made us. Lucado goes on to talk about how unique we are physically compared to anyone else in the world. Again, emphasizing that we are special. Because we are special, Lucado says, God had to place us in a special place…with our parents.

Just In Case You Ever Wonder

The book goes on to share how the love of the parent grows each day with the baby. Lucado shares how things grow and change, but some things remain the same; the parental affection, love, and presence. Lucado ends the book by emphasizing that being with parents is not the only special place He made for us. He made a place called heaven we can spend with him, and like life with our parents there we can feel God’s affection, love, and presence forever along with our parents.

I am a big fan of children’s books that emphasize spiritual relationship. This is a great book to share with your children. I know my one year old is too young to appreciate it, but I cannot wait to share it with my three year old.

I am a big fan of children’s books that emphasize spiritual relationship. This is a great book to share with your children. I know my one year old is too young to appreciate it, but I cannot wait to share it with my three year old.