Children’s Corner — God Loves You, Little Peanut

2 Dec

Aww, what a sweet, sweet story for a newborn and his or her parents! I loved the message of love in God Loves You, Little Peanut.

God Loves You, Little Peanut is a heartwarming premium picture book about the deep bond between a parent, grandparent, or any loved one and their little one. From playtime to bedtime, silly time to cuddle time — the sweet rhymes and adorable illustrations show many different wonderful moments shared with a child, reminding boys and girls how special they are and how much they are loved.

Little Peanut there’s so much to know.
At night we’ll share stories or maybe tall tales
of giants and lizards and huge talking whales.

God Loves You, Little Peanut!

Annette Brashler Bourland has been writing books, poems, cards, cartoons, and jingles ever since she can remember. With more than 25 years in the publishing world, Annette has a love for creating entertaining, great content for children. She earned degrees in English and Business Administration from Hope College, and an MBA from the University of Colorado. Annette lives in Michigan with her husband and son, and runs her own publishing consultant business.


Instagram: annette.bourland


My Impressions:

What a sweet, sweet story! I have to admit that God Loves You, Little Peanut brought a couple of tears to my eyes as I imagined reading it to my granddaughter. The message of love for a child — both of his or her earthly parents and God — is told in rhyming verse with charming illustrations. The story tells of all the special, yet everyday moments in a child’s life. As I was reading the book, I kept thinking that my son and daughter-in-love just had to have this book! Perfect for a newborn’s library, this book will be cherished for years. I can’t wait to share this book when my son’s family visits in a couple of weeks.

Highly Recommended.

Audience: children.

(Thanks to Zonderkidz for a complimentary copy. All opinions expressed are mine alone.)






2 Responses to “Children’s Corner — God Loves You, Little Peanut”

  1. Carla December 2, 2020 at 8:41 pm #

    I read this book with my grandkids, it really is a sweet story.

    • rbclibrary December 3, 2020 at 6:58 am #

      I’m so glad you liked it.

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