Children’s Corner — Jesus Loves You!

31 Jan

God’s only son, Jesus, wants you to know that He loves you. He loves you more than you can ever imagine. He watches over you to make sure you are okay and knew you even before He created you. That’s how special you are to Him. Won’t you spend some time with Jesus today? Jesus Loves You is the 2017 winner of the CSPA Book of the Year for Children’s Gift Book.



Christine Topjian (M.Ed.,B.Ed.,B.Comm.) is first and foremost a committed Christian.  She has also been a Certified Teacher in both Canada and the US and has been working as an intermediate school teacher for over a decade and also enjoys managing real estate, being a published author (2 books so far with many more to come), running a popular socio-political website (, in addition to being a media producer. She calls Toronto home and loves to travel and to cook.  She is an avid lover of good quality coffees and lattes.


My Impressions:

Don’t let the kid-friendly illustrations fool you! Jesus Loves You! may be a children’s book, but it delivers an important reminder to everyone that Jesus is right in the midst of your life. I have to admit, I expected a book suited for kids preschool to early elementary when I first saw this book. But as I read it, I realized Jesus Loves You! is relevant for all people — from toddler to senior. The book takes a child through his growing up years, through all the life changes (joys, stresses and sadness included) to a conclusion of a life spent walking with Jesus. Yes it is a kids book, but parents (and grandparents) will find themselves treasuring God’s promises. Perfect for multigenerational reading time, Jesus Loves You! will spark sharing of just how much Jesus does indeed love us.

Highly recommended.

Audience: kids of all ages 😉

To purchase, click HERE.

(Thanks to Book Publicity Services for a complimentary copy. All opinions expressed are mine alone.)

2 Responses to “Children’s Corner — Jesus Loves You!”

  1. Danielle Hammelef January 31, 2018 at 7:27 am #

    This sounds like an excellent book for everyone, especially to pick up when you feel lost, empty, or overwhelmed, to remember you have someone who is always there to help you.

    • rbclibrary January 31, 2018 at 7:38 am #

      Exactly, Danielle! I loved how it showed the little boy grow and experience the things we all do — lost love, new job, older parents, etc.

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