“The analogy of the robots had me hooked immediately.
I’ve taught Religion for over 40 years and
I would read this to my students in a heartbeat!”
— Pam Ferguson, Holy Family Catholic School
St. Petersburg, FL

“The Simple Little Salvation Story captures the essence
of the most profound theological truths and communicates
them in a way that is simple and understandable to our children.
Get this book. Read it, but most of all read it aloud
and make sure someone else is listening!”
—Dr. Willy Rice, Senior Pastor, Calvary Baptist Church

“A valuable lesson of faith and trust in God’s mercy and
love for children everywhere.”
—Fr. Jack Marino, OFM

“I learned a lesson that even if you don’t want to obey your
parents you should always obey them.”
—Anonymous Kindergarten Student

The title explains it all! This book is not a retelling of bible stories but does brief through religious theology, such as: free will, sin, the Ten Commandments, Immaculate Conception, and the Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus Christ and more. However, it is told in such a way that is fun and children can understand. Uncomplicated language and simple analogies, like using robots to introduce free will, which are reinforced through apprehensible, bright imagery, are utilized to help children understand the message. This book not only helps children become familiar with elements of the Bible and Christianity but begins to build an understanding of their meaning and significance as well. I love this book! I highly recommend this book for those who love The Lord and their children.
Elle from Goodreads.com Review

I love this book! I have not been blessed with children of my own, but I have little cousin and my adorable nieces and nephew. I try to teach them about God the best I can and have struggled trying to explain to them how God, Jesus, and the holy spirit are one in the same. This book managed to tell them what I couldn’t.

The drawing were nice and I got a kick out of the first picture were the robot say “I’m on a mission from God” I don’t know if it was intentional or not but all I could thin was “Blues Brothers” hehe.

Great for teaching kids about not only why sin is forgiven, but how.
Susan from Goodreads.com Review