Book Review: Who is Jesus? by MaryAnn Diorio, PhD

23317791Title: Who is Jesus?

Author: MaryAnn Diorio, PhD

Genre: children’s religious books

Publication Date: October 2014

Summary (from Goodreads):

The Little Blessings characters by illustrator Elena Kucharik return for the second book in the Questions from Little Hearts series, “Who Is Jesus?” This book of full-color contemporary illustrations for three- to six-year-olds contains questions that kids might ask about Jesus. Each answer is worded as if Jesus himself were speaking and is based on what Scripture teaches us about God’s Son.

 

Review:

I received a free copy of this book for an honest review.

Who is Jesus? is great for helping young children to learn about Jesus and that He is always good and always loves us.

I like the way this book is set up. On the first page, it asks the question Who is Jesus? The next page asks another question such as, “Is he someone who stops loving you when you do something wrong?” The third page answers that question and the fourth page gives supporting scripture. Then it starts over again.

The illustrations are adorable and colorful which will help keep the attention of children.

If you have a child or grandchild with questions about Jesus, this book would be a good tool to help answer their questions.

 

About the Author:

6592603MaryAnn Diorio is a multi-award winning author, a Certified Life Coach, a Certified Behavioral Consultant, and a Certified Biblical Counselor as well as a gifted Bible teacher and speaker whose heart’s desire is to help people become all that God created them to be. For all that God has done and continues to do in her life, MaryAnn gives Him all the praise and all the glory.

Contact:

Dr. MaryAnn Diorio
http://www.MaryAnnDiorio.com
maryann@maryanndiorio.com

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