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by Gaby Hansen,Max Lucado

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ISBN:
1400316499
Author:
Gaby Hansen,Max Lucado
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Thomas Nelson (September 12, 2010)
Pages:
32 pages
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1516 kb
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1806 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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One Hand, Two Hands book. Gaby Hansen has created sweet, colorful, warm, joyful illustrations that both children and their parents alike will enjoy looking at time and time again

One Hand, Two Hands book. Gaby Hansen has created sweet, colorful, warm, joyful illustrations that both children and their parents alike will enjoy looking at time and time again. The pictures truly invite the reader/listener to explore the book.

A delightful way to show little ones how their hands are a blessing from God that they can use to do help others. Written in rhyming text and illustrated with the charming art of Gaby Hansen, this simple message of God’s blessing of hands not only entertains. as it teaches what wonderful things our hands can do from scratching, latching, and petting a pup to washing dishes with mommy and putting toys in a box. but it also conveys the important message: We can use. God’s gift of hands to show our love for Him by helping others. The book ends tenderly with a prayer of thanks to God for hands and asks Him to use them again

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One Hand, Two Hands (9781400316496) by Max Lucado. Written in rhyming text and illustrated with the charming art of Gaby Hansen, this simple message of God's blessing of hands not only entertains. God's gift of hands to show our love for Him by helping others. ▲. Title: One Hand, Two Hands By: Max Lucado Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 32 Vendor: Tommy Nelson Publication Date: 2010.

Written in rhyming text and illustrated with the charming art of Gaby Hansen, this simple message of God’s blessing of hands not only entertains.

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Book theme: Christian, Social Issues. Written in rhyming text and illustrated with the charmingart of Gaby Hansen, this simple message of God's blessing of hands not onlyentertains. Street Date: September 14, 2010. as it teaches what wonderful things our hands can do fromscratching, latching, and petting a pup to washing dishes with mommy andputting toys in a box. but it also conveys the important message: We canuse God's gift of hands. to show our love for Him by helping others. The bookends tenderly with a prayer of thanks to God for hands and asks Him to use themagain: One hand, two hands

Written in rhyming text and illustrated with the charming art of Gaby Hansen, this simple message of God’s blessing of hands not only entertains. One hand, two hands, Five fingers, ten. The book ends tenderly with a prayer of thanks to God for hands and asks Him to use them again: One hand, two hands, Five fingers, ten. God, thanks, for my hands.

Song for string quartet and voice by Elizabeth Lyon, based on the children's book "One Hand, Two Hands" by Max Lucado.

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A delightful way toshow little ones how their hands are a blessing from God that they can use todo help others.

Written in rhyming text and illustrated with the charmingart of Gaby Hansen, this simple message of God’s blessing of hands not onlyentertains . . . as it teaches what wonderful things our hands can do fromscratching, latching, and petting a pup to washing dishes with mommy andputting toys in a box . . . but it also conveys the important message: We canuse God’s gift of hands to show our love for Him by helping others. The bookends tenderly with a prayer of thanks to God for hands and asks Him to use themagain:

One hand, two hands,

Five fingers, ten.

God, thanks, for myhands.

Please, use themagain.

  • Nanecele
Such a cute book! Teaches all the things you can use your hands for (i.e. helping others) and then how you can use them for God. Just wish it came with more durable pages so I could read it to my young son without him tearing it apart.
  • Varshav
Great book for kids on how important it is to help others. Well written, and the illustrations are just wonderful!
  • Wenaiand
read this book with my kids tonight. (Like their mom, they are always excited for new libros...) The jacket of the book boasts "whimsical words" and "joy-filled illustrations" that teach a message of servant hood. On that level, the book delivers.

The kids enjoyed the beginning of the book with it's emphasis on silly movement and a slight gross-out factor (reference to "stinky cheese") peeking their interest. Colorful pictures also helped. My three-year- old did not grasp the illustrator's use of pretend play. She thought the little girl in the story befriended live animals in her back yard, and so the giant bear doing a cannonball into a kiddie-pool caused some concern... Thankfully, she was able to suspend her disbelief.

When the story turned from silliness to service, it sparked a discussion that made me wish Lucado had devoted more than the last few pages of the book to his major point. The "everyday" things I do to help out really do matter. They are seen. They are crucial to God, to others, and to ourselves. My six-year-old's favorite part of the book was the end where readers are given space to ponder what their hands can do to serve. "More books should give you space to think," he said. Who can argue?

Abi wanted to know why the book mentions prayer, since our hands are still when we pray. She remarked, "that doesn't fit." Oh, little one, maybe it does. Maybe, just maybe, the most formative conversations we have with the Almighty are intimately connected with the acts of love and kindness we share.
  • Windforge
As the title suggests, One Hand, Two Hands (Oh the ways we can help with our hands!), illustrated by Gaby Hansen, is - obviously - a book about hands. I somewhat expected the book to launch immediately into the familiar litany of all the ways we can be helpful with our hands. Lucado's approach, however, was refreshingly different.

One Hand, Two Hands takes a beautiful walk through the day of a child showing the variety of things she does with her hands. She can use her hands to lovingly play with and care for her animals. Her hands can bend and flop, be wet, dry, clean, dirty, sweet-smelling or stinky. They can help her care for herself and allow her to help her mommy and other members of her family.

Lucado has once again used his mastery of words to turn simple phrases into beautiful word pictures. Hansen's illustrations almost jump with action, adding even more meaning and depth to Lucado's rhymes. It seems that we cannot come to the end of this book without smiles on our faces to match the ones in the illustrations.

Lucado wraps up his tale of hands with a discussion starter of sorts. He gives three types of hands - Helping Hands, Kind Hands, and Loving Hands - and then lists examples of ways children can use their hands.

The primary audience of One Hands, Two Hands is preschool aged children. When we first received the book, four-year-old Steven and I delightfully moved through each page. He loved "discussing" the thoughts provoked on each page, and he excitedly explored each new illustration. If your family is like mine, however, you'll find the older children willingly offering to read this sweet book to the younger ones, just for a chance to read it again themselves (and yes, my nine-year-old agrees!). Max Lucado and Gaby Hansen have definitely produced a delightful treasure.

This book was sent to me for review by Book Sneeze of Thomas Nelson Publishing.
  • Oparae
I was excited to get this book in the mail. My oldest daughter brought it in at the perfect time--I was just getting Malachi (3 years old) settled into my bed for an afternoon nap. So we opened the book and read it together. Before I started reading I asked Malachi how many hands he has. He instinctively held up his hands in the air in front of his face and counted. :) It was a great way to start the book. With each page he was delighted to tell me all about his hands. When the book was finished, he asked to look through it again. He really enjoyed the pictures and could already recall parts of the story that were not pictured (for example, one line says "holding a cup" and the picture shows a girl at a sink combing her hair...so Malachi said on that page, "And I can get a cup and get a drink of water." So he obviously listened and retained some of the story on the first time through.)

The book itself comes in a nice slipcover. It would make an excellent gift for a special little person in your life, and the first page in the book has a box to mark "to, from, and date". I have enjoyed sharing this with all of the young people at my house. Amazon.com says the book is for ages 4-8, however I have found that the 1-3 year-olds in my house can also relate to the story (and especially in Malachi's case, understand and recall it). The older children willingly read this to the younger children. They all love it, and that is definitely a good sign!

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