A Servant Like Jesus By: Lee Ann Mancini and Illustrated By: Dan Sharp

A Servant Like Jesus is the second book by Lee Ann Mancini that I have had the privilege of reading. The first, I’m Not Afraid, was phenomenal. This one, was the same! 

A Servant Like Jesus, follows the first day of school for the kids at Miss Stella’s Fish Care Cove School. As the kids get settled in their class, Charlie the Crab hides. He is shy, a little nervous, and he missed his mommy. Miss Stella tried to comfort him, and include him in activities, but he wanted to just stay hid. Charlie witnessed a small argument between two classmates and helped Miss Stella solve the problem. It was then that Miss Stella asked Charlie to be her helper! Charlie loved that idea! He was there for all of the kids. He displayed the servants heart like Jesus! Charlie helped a fish, who had a sting, and prayed for her. At the end of the day, Charlie was so busy helping Miss Stella clean up, that he did not see his mom arrive to take him home! 
A Servant Like Jesus, has a wonderful message for our kids! I love how the book teaches our kids to put others first, and to pray. These qualities are so hard to come by in this generation, and it is so refreshing to have a book like this in our home to help instill these values in our children. 
The book was an easy, short read. The pages only had a couple sentences each, with vibrant illustrations by Dan Sharp to go along! This will be a book we treasure for a long time to come! 
I highly recommend this book! I rate it a 5/5 stars!
You can buy your copy on Amazon here.
Disclaimer: I received a complementary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed here are true and my own. 


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