Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Book Review: One Hand, Two Hands
It's not very common to receive Children's books in the mail to review, but I was a lucky one to receive One Hand, Two Hands by Max Lucado from Tommy Nelson Publishers.
The beautiful hard cover and illustrations in the book is about a little girl who begins her morning discovering her hands, along with her fluffy dog and numerous stuffed animals. Throughout the day, she lists things about her hands and what they can do.
At the climax of the story, it changes into what her hand were made to do. The point of the story that Lucado is trying to bring out is that God made hands for specific purposes. Not for hurting or hitting, but for caring and for loving. For parents who have children who are struggling with "hurtful" hands, this book is a great resource for their families.