Review of “You Are: A book of declarations”

Review of “You Are: A book of declarations”

A little while ago I entered a giveaway over at Homemaking for His Glory. I have entered many such giveaways before so I did not expect to win anything. Imagine my surprise when I received an email announcing I was the winner! The prize?

A gorgeous, brand new board board called “You Are: A book of declarations” by Emily Assell over at Generation Claimed.

Yesterday the gift arrived in the mail, beautifully wrapped with a nice little note. I was quite impressed with level of care and thought given to the packaging. How cute is the thank you sticker? I love Generation Claimed’s styled logo and how she used it as a background on the paper itself. It is giving me so many ideas!

The prize I won in a drawing is Emily Assell's new board book You Are.

I was very excited to unwrap the book and flip through it. The book is sturdy and about 6 inches by 6 inches, so a really great size for little hands. The board pages are smooth and feels nice.

Cover of Emily Assell's You Are

Each spread has a powerful declaration and is accompanied by at least one Bible verse on that topic. The verse is carefully selected from various easy-to-understand Bible versions and translations. I love the idea of sharing the Lord’s promises with little ones as early as possible.

The artwork is simple, fun and features mother and baby animals. I know my little Peanut will definitely love pointing out all of the animals, especially since he is getting really good at word recognition. Yesterday morning while playing with his Little People toys, I would ask for a specific animal and he would bring the correct one to me.

All of the art in You Are is adorably precious, but here is my favorite spread:

 

Where to purchase

If you are interested in this gorgeous board book for your child(ren), grandchild(ren), as a gift, or for your classroom, you can purchase your own copy of “You Are: A book of declarations” for $9.99 (plus sales tax and shipping/handling) directly from Generation Claimed.

Buy yours today!

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