Now, onto the actual story. The story is a rhyming style - reminiscent of Dr Seuss. It starts off like this, for example:
You, you, when God made you,
God made you all shiny and new.
An incredible you, a you all your own,
a you unlike anyone else ever known.
It is a sweet, encouraging, uplifting story. What comes to mind is similar to 'Oh The Places You'll Go' by Seuss. It reminds the child how important he/she is to God, how God knows everything about him/her, how He made him/her unique. It goes on to encourage the child that God has placed in them everything they need and to live their life to the fullest using every gift God has given. To create, to imagine, to help. It tells how we are made in the image of God.
This is a great little book with a great message for kids. I don't think there can ever be enough of these books reinforcing our worth in God's eyes for children. I definitely recommend this one. Not only for the story but it's a piece of art in itself thanks to David Catrow's masterful work.
Please note that I was sent a copy of this book for purposes of review, however the opinions expressed are entirely my own.