Illustrated by Greg Hardin and Kenny Yamada
God created each one of his children to be special and incredible in their own way, and we all have an important job here on earth. When it is raining one afternoon, Clive and Ian must find ways to entertain themselves inside. Ian dawns a cape and proclaims himself ‘Ian the Incredible,' but what makes Ian incredible?
This is a cute little book, perfect for young readers just learning to read and any child who wonders whether or not he or she really is incredible.
The illustrations are simple and filled with bright, eye-catching colors. The background details are simple enough that they don't distract from the actions of Clive and Ian. Clive and Ian themselves look similar to their puppet counterparts; they even maintain a certain fuzzy look to them.
The writing itself is fun and upbeat. After Ian proclaims he is ‘Ian the Incredible' Clive asks him numerous funny questions before helping Ian to recognize what really makes him incredible.
At the very end of the book, there are suggested activities and questions for parent and child to tackle together to help them to connect more to the story.
I would definitely give this book five out of five stars and would recommend it to families with young children.
I received my copy of this book from the publishers for the sole purpose of providing an honest review and the picture featured above is my own.
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