Monday, March 29, 2021

"We Belong To Each Other" - a bookwrap



We Belong To Each Other


* Ages:  4-8
* Grade Level:  PS-3
* Hardcover:  32 pages
* Publisher:  Thomas Nelson; Illustrated edition
* Pub. Date:  March 2, 2021
* Language:  English

Unwrapping Some Illustrations for You

The Book

This is a sweet story with rhyming text and a heartfelt message that home is anyplace that is filled with love.  Families come in many different shapes and sizes and the glue that holds a family together is .... LOVE! 

This debut children's book is about a couple who bring home a lamb to White Cottage Farm and how that little lamb, named Grace, finds comfort and love in her forever home.  At first she feels isolated and alone because no other sheep are present on the farm but eventually she learns that all the other farm animals, and the kind man and woman and their baby, love and accept her as their own.  Grace settles into her new life and is thankful to God that He has provided her with the acceptive family she longs for.  

The wonderful illustrations are full of emotion and Grace is an adorable little character that you just want to hug and say everything will be okay little one.  This is the perfect book to share whilst giving lots of warm hugs and words of affirmation as the story is read. This book would be a perfect gift for baby showers, adoption celebrations, birthdays, Gotcha Days and weddings of blended families.  I highly recommend it and know it will be read and enjoyed over and over again.  

Storywraps Rating - 5 HUGS! 


Meet the Authors

Liz Marie Galvan is a blogger, interior designer, and co-owner of the vintage home decor boutique The Found Cottage. Each month, hundreds of thousands of readers find design inspiration and DIY ideas at Liz and her veteran husband, Jose, live on an 1800s farmhouse in Michigan with their dogs, cats, sheep, and rams. Learn more about their farmhouse renovation at their website, The White Cottage Farm. Liz has been featured on the Today Show, in Better Homes and Gardens and Country Living and has collaborated with Behr, Magnolia Home Paint, Kilz, Home Depot, TJ Maxx/HomeGoods, Home Depot, GMC, and HGTV.

Jose Galvan is the husband of home dΓ©cor extraordinaire Liz Marie Galvan. Jose is a Marine Corps veteran, father, DIYer, and blogger. After countless deployments, three homes, and many amazing memories, Jose and Liz Marie moved back home to Michigan. In 2016 they followed their hearts to an 1800s farmhouse on seven acres and called it the White Cottage Farm. In 2019 the Galvans added their son, Copeland Beau, to the family. Now they share home remodels, DIYS, lifestyle vlogs, and everything in between. They have a unique and fun furry family of eight sheep, three dogs, a bunch of barn cats, plus a colony of bees.

                        The Illustrator

Katie Rewse is an illustrator based on the south coast of the UK, in Bournemouth. She graduated with a master’s degree in illustration at the Arts University Bournemouth in 2017. When Katie is not illustrating from her little home studio by the sea, she enjoys exploring the coast with her husband in their camper van.



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