Noah, Noah, What Do You See? (Children's Book Giveaway!)



I have been gathering a lot of classic picture books for the kids over the years, and one of them is "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?"  I find that book to be a little repetitive (I know, I know, that's the point).


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However, Tommy Nelson just came out with a Christian version of that book called "Noah, Noah, What Do You See?"  And I have to say, I like this one so much!  It's written by the same people act wrote "Brown Bear", but this one is focused on Bible stories!

Each page features a major Bible hero and asks them "what they see".  Then a snippet of each Bible story is given.  At the end, all these people are gathered together with Jesus, and Jesus "sees" all these people seeking after Him.

The illustrations in this book are gorgeous, it's a board book (always a plus for me), and the Bible references are given on each page as well so it is easy to look up the full story in the Bible.  The thing I love best about it is how it keeps the spirit of "Brown Bear, Brown Bear" but is so much more meaningful (and a lot more fun to read, in my opinion).  It's definitely a winner around here!



HINT: This would also be a great space-filler for Easter baskets!

And the great news - Tommy Nelson is giving away a copy to one of YOU! You can enter either by commenting here and telling me your favorite children's book, or by entering on Instagram (or both).  I'll announce the winner next week!

(Giveaway open to US residents only.  Ends 4/2 at 11:59 PM.)


Note: I received a copy of this book for free as part of the Tommy Mommy program.  This is my honest opinion.
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6 comments

  1. what a sweet book! currently my favorite children's book is "big red barn."

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  2. I love what he did with this book!! I've been a little obsessed with looking at/buying board books lately, for some reason I want a fully stocked bookshelf when this baby is born even though she won't even be interested in books for quite a while, haha. I think my favorite one I've bought so far is called The Quiet Book by Deborah Underwood/Renata Liwska. The illustrations in it are just gorgeous and the cover is one of those semi-hard, semi-puffy covers that just feel super soft!

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  3. Ooo I want this! Gracie's current favorite book is Mary Poppins.

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  4. My children love Curious George.

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  5. We love Caps For Sale by Esphyr Slobodkina.

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  6. Oh!!! We want this so bad. Eva loves her story time Bible by Tommy Nelson. Her favorite story is the Good Samaritan... she loves to laugh at the donkey (sorta misses the point on compassion 😂).

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