GoodReads Reviews of Adam’s Animals – Fun Facts About God’s Creation

GoodReads Reviews of Adam’s Animals – Fun Facts about God’s Creation

Adam’s Animals by Canadian author Kimberley Payne is the second book in her series on Science and Faith Matters. This delightful children’s book is illustrated by author Janis Cox and is a perfect supplement for homeschoolers or kids that love science.


Kimberley looks at the creatures found in the Bible and gives children some incredible scientific facts about them. She then follows those facts up with Scripture references from the Bible on what God has to say about the many animals she has listed in this book. If your child is one who likes “Did you know…?” books, they’ll love this one. Included in the book are word search activities and pictures to colour.
Yes, science and faith does matter because God created them both and the author has beautifully shown how the two go hand in hand. I only wish I had something like this when I homeschooled my kids. I give this book 5/5 stars!

Adam's Animals

What a delightful book to help children learn about God’s creatures! With illustrations to color, word search puzzles, scripture and fascinating facts about animals, children will have fun while learning, using “Adam’s Animals: Fun Facts About God’s Creation.” From ants to worms, children will not only find the facts interesting, some will even make them giggle. At the same time, they are learning how creative God is that he would make so many animals with distinct characteristics. Excellent resource for home schooling or school use.

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