The Bright Promise review by BNBenko
Age Range - 3 - 5
Genre - Spiritual
Five Star Award

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Age at time of review - 35
Reviewer's Location - Loris, SC, United States
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The Bright Promise describes a group of diverse animals that looks hopefully to God's promise, which is shown through a rainbow after a heavy rainfall. The animals happily play together while the author describes each animal in slight detail through a rhyme scheme to attract young children. This is a fun story that teaches kids about animals, happiness, and hope. This is the perfect book for faith-based families. 

Opinion: 

The Bright Promise is a beautifully written book about expressing faith in the promise of God. The story is written in a rhyme scheme that flows smoothly. I was immediately drawn into the author's world. The illustrations are a perfectly sketched crayon effect that would look great framed in a young child's room but keeps a professional look. This author is a gem in the rocks. Her writing style resembles Nancy Tillman. This is a perfect book to teach little ones about finding hope in God. A lovely faith-based story. 

Rating:
5
Content Rating:

Content rating - religious perspective

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The story is about hope and keeping an eye on God's promise, which is a rainbow. There is nothing offensive in this book.
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