Friday, April 12, 2013

Review: God Loves You. - Chester Blue: An Inspirational Book About a Very Special Bear With a Message From God by Suzanne E. Anderson

What if when you most needed help, a blue bear appeared with a note from God? One night, Miss Millie of Blossom, Ohio turns her face to the stars and asks God for help. The next day, a package arrives on her doorstep containing a blue teddy bear and a special note. Over the course of a year, this remarkable blue bear travels across the country, showing up just when he’s needed most. During his journey, Chester Blue helps a young girl trying to impress her big sisters; saves a sailor caught in a terrible storm; reunites two constantly fighting brothers; helps a cowboy become a rodeo clown; and aids a father and daughter in bonding after divorce. If you ever needed a message from God, it's here...

 Source: Audiobook provided by author in exchange for an honest review.

 Chester Blue shows up on Miss Millie's doorstep one day with no return address. She was having a terrible day after finding out her store will have to close. She finds hope with a little note that is tucked into Chester Blue's suit case...a note that says "God Loves You. -Chester Blue." She decides that she will send Chester to someone else that could really use him and includes a little spool of blue thread, just in case. It's such a beautiful tale of just how much a few simple words and faith can give you just what you need in that moment. Chester helps people of all different walks of life and eventually finds himself back to Millie. I myself was having a difficult week and my mind would always wander back to this book... back to Chester's words, "God Loves You. -Chester Blue." Sometimes all someone needs is that reaffirmation. I admit this is not a typical book that I would read but it sends a wonderful message. My only issue was the narrator of the audiobook. He was a real snoozer :-/





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