The newest installment in the God Gave Us series finds Little Cub struggling with a common challenge for young children: understanding the importance of a good night’s rest.
Little Cub is playing with friends and is called in for bedtime, but she doesn’t want to stop playing. Her mother tells Little Cub about God’s design for rest, for giving us energy, and how God wants us to have a good night’s sleep. Little Cub struggles that night with a busy mind (not nightmares, just excited about building the snow fort) and the next day she is very tired and cranky. Mama talks to her about the rhythm of rest, work, and play God has designed for us. The next night Little Cub gets good rest, has good dreams and wakes up refreshed.
REVIEW BY: Angelina, age 8 years, 11 days until she turns 9!
MAY CONTAIN SPOILER:
I loved this book so much! It was about how God gave us sleep. He gives us good dreams if we ask and bad dream if we don't. I really liked this book because I have a hard time sleeping so it made me feel better that God gave us sleep for a reason.
The pictures in this book are very colorful and very pretty. I felt like God made this book especially for me and I recommend this book for anyone that believes in God.
This book would be great to read right before bedtime!
I give this book 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for all ages.