October 10, 2019

Book Review: Are We Still Friends? By Randall Goodgame

Book Title: Are We Still Friends?
Author: Randall Goodgame
Age Range: 4 - 8 years
Grade Level: Preschool - 3
Series: Slugs & Bug
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Publish Date: 2019-05-15 (64 Pages, Hardcover)
Genres: Children, Friendship, Fiction
It's picnic time for Doug the Slug and Sparky the Bug! But when Doug suddenly finds himself alone with Sparky’s bag of Flavor Blasted Pizza Chips, he “accidentally” eats all the chips. When Sparky returns, Doug is scared to tell the truth and confess. Come along as Doug faces his fears and Sparky learns to forgive.

Even when Slugs & Bugs music isn’t playing, old and new friends of the fun brand can now enjoy its witty world and biblical wisdom in books too! Using few words but lots of visual storytelling, I'm Glad You're My Friend gets readers laughing while learning a lesson from Ephesians 4:32: “Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you.”
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book though BH/Lifeway Blogger Program for an honest review
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Are you looking for a book that is good for young readers. I know that this book is decent. I got this book that is really good. The book has life lesson in it. This book will teach your children about friendships and learn about trust.

I thought this book was heartfelt. It sweet and lovable. It has a teachable moment in it. The pictures are done well. The story is sweet. What happens when a friend does not tell you the truth. What a way this book teach a value of life lessons and in a different way to incorporate the bible in a book.

This book is good for parents to get. It a book to put your child bookshelves or your own. It teaches a lesson about lying and friendships. Your child or children will learn about them both. What is best to forgive your friend? This I really did like about the story.

Randall Goodgame is a singer/songwriter and the creative force behind the family music brand Slugs & Bugs. He has recorded eight solo albums and contributed to numerous others. He has written songs for VeggieTales, Caedmon’s Call, Andrew Peterson, Jason Gray, Jill Phillips, and Eric Peters. Randall and his family call Nashville home, but he also began touring in 2010 to bring Slugs & Bugs to families nationwide.

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