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God Gave Me Sight

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God Gave Me Sight

Catherine MacKenzie


Pages: 16
Trim: Board book
Isbn 13: 9781857925623
List Price: £2.99
Series: Senses (Board Books)
Imprint: CF4Kids
Read to me: age 0-3
Category: Children > 0-3 Year Olds > Board

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Description

What is your favourite colour? What do you use to look at all these colours? You use your eyes!

Read this book and you will find out about God who made your eyes. Then you can thank God for the wonderful gift of sight.

Scripture references back up each page and there is a prayer page at the end of the book.

One in a series of six chunky size board books that teach children how God was involved with us right from the beginning. The titles cover things we experience every day: Touch, Taste, Sight, Hearing, Smell & Feelings


About Catherine MacKenzie

Catherine MacKenzie has written several biographies for young teens in the Trailblazers series as well as other titles for younger children. She lives in Scotland and has several nieces and nephews - a perfect practice audience!

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Senses (Board Books)

Other items from the Senses (Board Books) series:

God Gave Me Taste

God Gave Me Taste

~ Catherine MacKenzie

God Gave Me Hearing

God Gave Me Hearing

~ Catherine MacKenzie

God Gave Me Touch

God Gave Me Touch

~ Catherine MacKenzie

God Gave Me Smell

God Gave Me Smell

~ Catherine MacKenzie

> See all 6 items in this series


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Customer Reviews

I have a copy of this book printed in 2010. Very disappointed to see that the spelling mistake pointed out in the review from 2007 still hasn't been corrected. Otherwise, an excellent series of books that my toddler loves.

Posted by Amy at 21:20 on Tuesday 22 July 2014


I bought a 2nd hand copy of this in a charity shop recently. On the whole it's an ok book, but I was disappointed to see that the words loose and lose were confused in the text.

Posted by AJ, Edinburgh at 23:39 on Monday 29 October 2007