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Monday, January 12, 2009

God's Way by Mabel Niedermeyer McCaw

God’s Way was written in 1961 by Mabel Niedermeyer McCaw and was illustrated by Carl and Mary Hauge. It was published by Whitman Publishing Company and has 23 pages. It is an easy reader.
This story talks about everything God given us. He has given us food, animals, plants and people who have service jobs, like doctors. The author would like us to make sure that we know that God has planned it that way for us. The narrator, a young boy, is glad that the world is so wondrous and he is glad God made him.
The illustrations were realistic and well drawn. The colors are bold and the children will enjoy discussing the extra things to look at in the pictures.
The verses would alternate between the second and fourth lines rhyming to the third and fifth lines rhyming. My 2-year-old and 4-year-old enjoyed the rhythm and rhyming words.

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