My favorite part is the very first line of the very first chapter on God, The Creator. “All good things begin with God, the greatest hero of all. And just as he created the world and every good thing in it, God created you and every good thing in you.” Beautiful line!
The end of each chapter has a short summary on the hero or villain of that chapter. It’s almost like a mini devotional that helps kids see why it’s good to be a hero and bad to be a villain. I think this book is geared for boys and would be great for the older reader in your family, say in the 8-11 year old range.
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