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One Hand, Two Hands by Max Lucado doesn’t disappoint. Upon arrival, I sat down and read it with my daughters. My eldest being in second grade, it was age appropriate for her reading level. While reading, she was able to make a lot of personal connections to the writing and she loved the illustrations by Gaby Hansen. Written in rhyme, it is not a lengthy read but a meaningful read. And one that little hearts and hands can relate too as well as see how they can have servant hearts and hands too.


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