Turtle Finds His Talents, by Lucille Williams

 A sweet board book that reminds young children that what makes them unique also makes them special!

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We don't have much of a need for board books around here anymore, but Gv still always enjoys a read-through when they arrive for review:

She thought this book was definitely one "little kids" would enjoy and I felt the message was a positive one that would make it a good addition to family libraries.

It's all about Tanner the turtle, whose friends can do all sorts of fabulous things like run and jump and reach up high, but poor little Tanner just doesn't see what special qualities he possesses. 

His mother reassures him that God made him special in his own way, and Tanner finally realizes what that way is at the end of the book.

The book has sweet illustrations and a fun interactive page that animates Tanner's special skill, although I'm not so sure that one sliding section is enough to warrant inclusion of "a slide-and-find book" on the front cover.

Nevertheless, it's definitely one worth adding to your book basket if you're still in the read-aloud-in-your-lap stage of life.

If you're looking for a cute book to share with a young child, pick up this title here and look forward to reassuring your own little one of God's gifted talents.

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