Monday, February 18, 2013

David Sticker Book by Karen Williamson

Karen Williamson
Illustrated by Amanda Enright

David Sticker Book from Kregel Publications includes the story of David and Goliath, and God's call on David as the next King. It includes 4 pages of stickers to place in the story, interacting with the illustrations.

You can see where the white shadow of the sticker should be. We pulled the stickers out of the book for ease, and they were in order for putting on the pages. Below you see how well the stickers go with the story!

 My 5 year old enjoyed having me read each page before he put the stickers on. We went through the book like that, and when he was completed we read it again straight through. He knows the story of David, and this helped to illustrated it for him in a fun and colorful way. He was able to take the sticker back off carefully when it didn't align just right on the white underlay, so that was helpful that it didn't adhere immediately to the paper, for perfectionist little ones :)

About the authors: 
Karen Williamson worked as a London primary school teacher and publisher's editor before launching a successful career as full-time writer. With three children of her own, she specializes in Bible stories for young readers. 

Amanda Enright lives with her family near Brighton, on England's South Coast. She has always enjoyed drawing and loved the illustrations in her childhood books by artists such as Richard Scarry. Enright trained in London at Camberwell College of Art, the Royal College of Art, and St Martin's College of Art, winning a prize for drawing and a Special Student Award at Annecy film festival. Amanda is inspired by Matisse and Picasso, and by beautiful old and new children's books, vintage fabrics and toys. She has a young daughter and a very large dog called Harvey--a black Russian Terrier that looks like a bear.  

What a great gift for this coming Easter season! You can purchase a copy of it at Revell for $5.99

We received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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