Tuesday, November 1, 2016

A Servant Like Jesus

A shy little crab who has a servant' s heart, makes a great helper and a good friend. In her book, A Servant Like Jesus, Lee Ann Mancini reminds kids the importance of serving like Jesus.
On Charlie's first day of school, he has a hard time adjusting because he is shy. He hides in the corner until some of the other sea creatures get in an argument. After using his multiple eyes to help the teacher discern "who started it", Charlie becomes the teacher's helper.
Later, at the coral reef, he sees Bernie get stung by the fire coral and gets him some help. He also prays for Bernie to feel better and thanks God for helping him be brave. In the process, he gains a friend and loses a little of his shyness. By the end of the day, Charlie is so busy helping clean up, that he doesn't even notice when his mom arrives.

As in the other books in the series, the illustrations are bright and colorful, and the sea creatures are nicely done. The moral of the story will build your child's character. Each page also hidden images for the kids to find.

I received a free copy of this book courtesy of Book Crash to review. I was not required to review positively. All opinions are my own.

This book is available on Amazon

To read about other books in this series, check out these posts:
I Am Not Afraid












Lee Ann was born in Cleveland, Ohio and grew up in 
Aurora, Ohio. She graduated from Aurora High in 1976 and moved to Florida in 1978. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies from Regent University (1990), a Masters in Biblical and Theology Studies from Knox Seminary, Magna Cum Laude (2014), and a Masters in Christian Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Cum Laude (2014). Lee Ann also received her certificate of completion from the Ravi School of Apologetics (2011).

Lee Ann is currently an adjunct professor at South Florida Bible College and Theological Seminary.   She is also an award-winning, Christian children's author. She has taught Bible Study for over 10 years and has been an active community volunteer/​leader for over 20 years.

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