7 Days of Awesome Review

7 Days of Awesome was not at all what I expected.  I was thinking it would be a slightly rhymed, cute creation story that was just one more to add to the pile.   It was rhyming, it was cute, and it was a creation story but it was otherwise not at all what I thought it would be.

I think that there are more realistic and beautiful versions of the creation story to share with children, most particularly a good children's bible version, but I also think that this adaptation wins on fun.  Many other reviews I have read refer to it as in the style of Dr. Seuss, a comparison that is warranted.

I can't call this a top creation story adaptation as some of the cartoonish illustrations and wording is aimed more at lower elementary aged and might be a little much for the toddler crew, but it is definitely a fun book that can be enjoyed by parents and children together while they learn a little more about the Bible.

7 Days of Awesome is a hardcover title, published by Zondervan, and created by Shawn Byous and Colin Jack.


In exchange for an honest review, I was provided a complimentary copy of this title through the BookLook Bloggers review program.  All opinions are my own.  This post contains affiliate links.

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