The Creation

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
In The Creation, children's author and illustrator Janice Green, presents the day-by-day Genesis account with delightful word pictures and colorful hand-appliquéd quilt illustrations. Questions included on each page encourage dialog between children and their caregivers. The story is written on a third grade level. More
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About Janice D. Green

Janice D. Green loves children. Even though Mrs. Green holds a Masters in Library Science Degree from the University of South Carolina, she is still a kid at heart. She captures the hearts of children as she reads to them (probably because she loves the stories so much herself.) Another place Mrs. Green captures the hearts of children is in the great outdoors where she loves to share God’s creation with them. She loves to help them catch caterpillars, make dandelion necklaces, or to make grass-blade whistles. She sees the out-of-doors as God’s playground.

Mrs. Green’s engaging account of creation has more to offer children than mere entertainment. The Creation is written to increase confidence in the accuracy of the Biblical account.

Janice D. Green's second book, The First Christmas, was published in 2012, and the ebook is now available.

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Wendy Sparkes reviewed on March 5, 2014

A lovely retelling of The Creation from the Genesis account in the Bible.

I also loved that on each day of the Creation, Janice also posed a "Something to think about" to help children engage with each part of the Creation.

Another nice aspect was the quilt pieces to illustrate the story ~ simple but very effective.

A lovely book to share with children.
(review of free book)
David Rice reviewed on March 1, 2014

This little indoctrination tract offers advice to parents about how to oppose attempts by sane people to educate children. The author calls sane people "skeptics." Well at least I got what I paid for: it was free, and not worth even that much.
(review of free book)
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