To The Sea {book review}

Hey y’all! I’m currently taking maternity leave from blogging but do have a few posts lined up for you to enjoy. I’ll be back soon! p.s. You can follow along on instagram since these days it’s easier to keep up there.

Books are a big hit around our home. I write about reading (which reminds me, I owe y’all an update on what I’ve read lately!) and also share about how our son loves his books.

We recently added a new book to his collection and let’s just say that it has quickly become a new favorite, though that likely has to do with the fact that it’s a new book.

To The Sea is the story of a boy who spends a day at the ocean, enjoying God’s creation. The boy is amazed by how much water he sees, the sand castle he builds and the chattering seagulls.

The illustrations are well done, transporting the reader right into each scene. I love it when a book can do that! You can almost feel the ocean breeze on your face and foamy waves touching your toes.

To The Sea is part of the ‘Praise’ collection similar to these books I reviewed a while back. The author does a great job of getting across the point, which is showing how a day at the ocean can be an opportunity to praise God for the beauty of creation He has made.

After having read To The Sea multiple times, I’ve come to the conclusion that both kids and adults alike will enjoy reading this book. It’s certainly one that you should add to your child’s book collection if you get the chance.

If you’re interested in reading more about Callie Grant, you can find her bio here. The book is available for purchase at retailers across the US.

Disclosure: This book was kindly provided to me by Shelton Interactive for my honest review. No compensation was received and all opinions are my own.

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