Who Made Me?
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About "Who Made Me?"
Have you ever wondered if there's anyone else just like you? Well there isn't! There's only one you. No one else in the whole world is exactly like you. Not even if you're a twin. But how did you come to be you? Who made you? What were you like before you were a baby? It's an amazing story. It begins with Mum, Dad and God.
Meet the Authors
Meryl Doney is Director and freelance curator of Wallspace, an exhibition venue in the church of All Hallows on the Wall in the City of London. Its aim is to provide a spiritual home for the visual arts in the capital. Meryl Doney has written more than 130 books for adults and children with sales over 3 million copies, including Who Made Me?; How the Bible came to us; All the Company of Heaven, and The Very Worried Sparrow.
Nick Butterworth (Illus)
Nick Butterworth lives near Cambridge, England, and is amongst the best-selling children's writer and illustrator in the world, with books like the Kipper titles and Percy the Park-Keeper.
Mick Inkpen (Illus)
Mick Inkpen is one of the top-selling picture book artists and writers in the world whose stories have sold millions worldwide. His most popular characters are Kipper and Wibbly Pig. He is a winner of the British Book Award for the best illustrated book, for Lullabyhullabaloo, and the Children's Book Award for Threadbear. Kipper won a BAFTA for best animated children's film in 1998.
Customer Reviews For "Who Made Me?"Write Your Own Review
I like the fact that this book started off with creation and includes the biblical principle that marriage is between a man and woman comes before intimacy happens. Especially in a confused world, children's book that share truths are important. The pictures are simple drawings which are sufficiently accurate in the biological sense to help kids see the key differences between males and females. However, i feel the description of intimacy was rather too detailed for young minds. Parents can use this for older kids (10 yrs old and above), which would then be more suitable.