Review of Snatched Up to Heaven for Kids

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Re: Review of Snatched Up to Heaven for Kids

Post by Venesha Kalidass »

I love reading the book with my daughter ,it show a strong sense of faith. Children have a very active imaganation .
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I love the fact that this book teaches children about the virtues, morals, and values based on Christianity. And also to make them understand that in this life what ever you do weather good or bad you will receive the reward
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Stepping into the pages of this enchanting book felt like tiptoeing through the clouds to heaven itself. With every turn, it's as if I was gently lifted by the story's whimsical charm, soaring through imaginative realms crafted just for curious young minds. A celestial journey of wonder and delight, where every word is a stepping stone to a magical adventure. Truly, a heavenly escape for the young and the young at heart."
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I love the fact the morals and values are christian based. I love a Christian based book. The fact that Emma can visit heaven in her dreams is so fascinating which somehow I believe is connected to the fact that children have a very wild and active imagination. I also loved the fact that her parents were very supportive , it really made me question somethings I do. I definitely will get this for my children.
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Post by Melissa McKenzie »

This is a great book for children to read, it's very interesting.
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This is the biggest thing to share with our children
Because its strengthen our children's faith to our almighty lord and also give them discipline
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Post by MAHNOOR MUQADAS »

St. Bruno's "Snatched Up to Heaven for Kids" is a delightful children's book that takes young readers on an imaginative journey through the realm of heaven. Through the eyes of St. Bruno, the author provides an entertaining and uplifting exploration of spiritual topics that are accessible and enjoyable to children.

In this intriguing story, Saint Bruno deftly weaves together fantasy, adventure and faith, creating a story that resonates with young and old readers alike The book finds a bit of paradisiacal joy and mystery, with those concepts is presented in a relatable and children’s imagination

One of the strengths of the book is its ability to present strong spiritual ideas in a form that is easily understood by young minds. St. Bruno’s story is full of warmth and compassion, inviting readers to embark on a journey of discovery and reflection.

Throughout the book, St. Bruno’s message of love, hope and redemption shines brightly, encouraging readers to embrace the beauty and wonder of the world around them. Whether it's through the charming characters, the intriguing setting, or the timeless lessons woven throughout the story, "Snatched Up to Heaven for Kids" leaves a lasting impression on readers.

In summary, "Snatched Up to Heaven for Kids" is an entertaining and thought-provoking book that is sure to capture the hearts and minds of young readers. With an engaging story and an uplifting message, it’s a wonderful introduction to the wonders of heaven and the power of faith for children of all ages
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Post by Umar farooq 45 »

an interesting book that paints a happy heaven for children. That’s thoughtful of the author. i wonder id this will pass as a good bed time story for the young ones.Thanks
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Post by HARSHALI GOWARDHAN 1 »

Snatched up to Heaven for Kids’ authored by Jemima Paul and Arvind Paul is one of the beautiful Christian kids’ novels with a beautiful touch for giving young children such as Emma, the dream to go to heaven. In one of the variants, Emma has a younger sister Bella but they both learn about Gods love from their parents who read books of the Bible and pray before going to bed. In one morning, Emma wakes from bed and starts recounting the previous night’s dream she had for her heaven with family calling Bella as friend. Cautious as she was, she still ousts the desire to pray to God in order to dream the heavenly dream once more.
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Post by jessica goodman 6 »

The concept of a girl visiting heaven in her dreams might sound nice on the surface, but I would not read this to my child. I think the lesson is and can be taught through different ways. I find it a little disturbing.
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I recently read 'Snatched Up to Heaven for Kids' and found it to be a captivating story that effectively introduces children to important aspects of Christianity. The imaginative portrayal of heaven and hell through Emma's dreams offers a unique perspective on moral lessons. It's a worthwhile read for families seeking to discuss values and faith with their children.
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"Snatched Up to Heaven for Kids" is a Christian children's book authored by Jemima Paul and Arvind Paul. This book aims to introduce young readers to the concept of the rapture, a belief in Christian eschatology about believers being taken up to heaven at the return of Jesus Christ. Here's a detailed review of the book:
Overview

The book tells the story through engaging and colorful illustrations that capture the attention of young readers. The narrative is simple, designed to be easily understood by children, and focuses on conveying the central message of the rapture in an age-appropriate manner.
Content and Themes

Biblical Accuracy: The book attempts to stay true to the biblical description of the rapture. It references scripture and incorporates biblical characters and themes.
Faith and Hope: It aims to instill a sense of hope and faith in young readers, emphasizing the love and promise of Jesus.
Simplicity: The language is simple and accessible, making it suitable for children aged 4-8.

Illustrations

The illustrations are a significant strength of the book. They are vibrant and engaging, helping to convey the story visually. The images are likely to appeal to children and keep them interested in the narrative.
Educational Value

The book serves as a tool for parents and educators to introduce children to complex theological concepts in a simplified manner. It can be used as a conversation starter about faith, heaven, and the future from a Christian perspective.
Positive Aspects

Engaging Storytelling: The story is compelling for young minds and keeps their interest throughout.
Faith-Based Lessons: It provides a foundation for teaching children about the rapture and broader Christian beliefs.
Beautiful Illustrations: The artwork enhances the reading experience and aids in understanding the story.

Considerations

Theological Depth: While the book is excellent for introducing the concept, it may require additional explanation from parents or educators to provide a more comprehensive understanding.
Target Audience: The book is specifically aimed at children from Christian families or those being raised with Christian teachings. It may not be as relatable to children from other faith backgrounds.
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"Snatched up to Heaven for Kids" is a wonderful book for kids that teach morals while inculcating Christian values in children. A must have for kids.
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"This book makes one think about spiritual life, spiritual way of living and the importance of GOD!"
Moreover, children would do acts righteously at all times as these shall bring about eternal joy in heaven; This is also another way the author advises readers through her work that “there’s a reward” for going contrary to God’s standard of living.
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Post by Kritika Mandal »

Snatched Up to Heaven" is a captivating and spiritually enriching book that takes readers on an extraordinary journey to a beautifully depicted celestial realm. The vivid descriptions and profound exploration of faith, purpose, and the afterlife make it a thought-provoking read. While the deep philosophical content may be challenging for some, the book's imaginative narrative and insightful character interactions offer a unique and inspiring perspective on spiritual enlightenment.
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