Wednesday, June 24, 2020

"The Day God Made You" - a bookwrap


"The Day God Made You"

Authored by Rory Feek
Illustrated by Malgosia Piatkowska

* Ages:  4-8
* Grade Level: PS-3
* Hardcover:  32 pages
* Publisher:  Thomas Nelson
* Pub. Date:  June 16, 2020
* Language:  English

Unwrapping Some Wonderful Illustrations for You to Enjoy

The Book

This heartwarming, beautifully illustrated picture book is full of love and affirmation.  Written in rhyme it is the perfect book to share with your precious little ones to let them know how special they are to you and to God.  It assures each child of their value and worthiness and how each one has a purpose in this magnanimous world that we live in. 

The book imparts self-worth and confidence into children as they understand that God uniquely designed them, placed them in their specific family and orchestrated every aspect of their lives from infancy through adulthood.  Everything about them is under His watchful eye and in His loving care.

Parents, Grandparents and Caregivers will be delighted to share this book with the little ones that they love so dearly.  This book tugs at your heartstrings and binds reader and child together.  It is best served snuggled down and wrapped in lots of hugs and kisses.  I highly, highly recommend this book.  

Storywraps Rating - 5 +++ HUGS! 

Every Child is a Gift from Above! 

Meet the Author 

Rory Feek is a country music singer, songwriter, filmmaker and a former United States Marine. In his career, he has written singles for Kenny Chesney, Randy Travis, Clay Walker, Tracy Byrd and other artists. In 2004, Feek achieved his first Number One as a songwriter when Blake Shelton topped the country charts with "Some Beach". Feek wrote and produced a film, Josephine, which was set in the American Civil. The film later debuted at the Nashville Film Festival.

In 2002, he married Joey Martin, with whom he started the country, bluegrass and gospel duo Joey + Rory. They have one daughter, Indiana Boon (born February 17, 2014), who was born with Down Syndrome. Feek also has two adult daughters, Heidi and Hopie from a previous marriage. Joey died of metastatic cervical cancer on March 4, 2016.

Rory shares his life with the world through his blog that has over 2 million followers. His blog follows the amazing love story of him and his wife, her recent battle and loss to cancer, and inspirational stories of faith and hope. 

About the Illustrator

Malgosia is a Polish born, Bristol based illustrator. Drawing and creating narrative images has always been her passion. After spending some time on improving the English language she applied to study Illustration at UWE in Bristol. Since graduating, illustration and narrative have been her long lasting companion. The biggest inspiration for her illustrations are her childhood memories and anything that comes from her imagination. She is obsessed with textures and patterns and loves to focus on the smallest of details. She likes to mix traditional medium, such as watercolour textures, with graphite, crayons and Photoshop.

When not drawing, Malgosia enjoys reading books about inspiring people, and long walks around her home town of Bristol, which normally ends with another purchase of a children’s book. She doesn’t like to cook but she loves eating great food.

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