Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Book Review: Baby Come Home

About the Book:
“Baby Come Home” is a story of the young bird, “Baby”, who learns the value of unconditional love and acceptance after he decides to break free from the confinement of his cage and those who love him most. The story gives children a different perspective on rules and why we need to obey them while also offering a teaching on the unconditional love our perfect God has for His imperfect people.
Overall Thoughts:
This story book has more than one message between its pages and even though it is labelled as a Christian Children's Picture Book, I believe any faith or non-faith family will enjoy it. From learning about friendship, trust and love, Baby takes young children on an adventure while learning about rules and how those around you only want to keep you safe. There are many opportunities for parents, teachers or caregivers to talk with children as they read together about what is happening in the story as well.

The author shared with us that the bird and storyline is based loosely off a family story. The main character Baby is actually based of a pet bird they owned and had fly away. 

We feel this is a great read for the whole family and book all ages can enjoy.
ISBN:  978-1-61244-087-3
Genre of Book:  Children’s Christian Picture Book
Copyright 2013

Places available for sale:  Internet/Online, Church Book Store

All proceeds from book sales support Welcome the Children, a nonprofit helping children in poverty. 

About the Author: 
Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Arnita is the youngest of 12 children. She learned early in life about family dynamics and the concept of sharing. After graduating in 1983, with a degree in Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh, Elizabeth married Shadi and they have been blessed with four fabulous children. Her love for the Lord has opened her eyes to a world in need and ignited her compassion for those who are less fortunate. She and her husband founded and continue to manage Welcome The Children; a non-profit organization that funds and supports children who are experiencing the reality of poverty. Elizabeth Arnita has designated all of the proceeds from her book sales to support WTC.

You can find out more about Elizabeth Arnita, her books and World of Ink Author/Book Tour at

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