Raising the Perfectly Imperfect Child: Book Review
Having love and respect for Nick Vujicic, when I saw a book by his father, Boris Vujicic, I was intrigued. Opening the package with the book enclosed, I smiled. The cover has an adorable photo of Nick as a child laying on a skateboard; it is a beautiful representation of Nick’s courageous spirit displayed even in infancy. It was good to see Nick through the eyes of his parents.
An interesting and well-written look at raising a child with special needs
A manual that covers the spiritual, physical, mental needs of the family
Teaches acceptance and love for the child with special needs
Encourages "a life without limits" mindset
A Vital Read
The book is interesting and well-written. I would encourage any parent, grandparent, or care-giver for a child with a disability to read this book. I also believe it should be read by pastors and Christian workers and be in the library of every church.
Raising the Perfectly Imperfect Child is a how to manual that covers the various needs and situations that the family will experience, such as the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and medical needs, the importance of strengthening marital bonds and of ensuring other children in the family are not lost by the demands of care required by the perfectly imperfect child.
There Is Hope
If you are struggling, facing what seem to be insurmountable odds, there is hope. Your child does not have to be defined by his or her limitations. After all, we each are imperfect and it is only the touch of the Master upon our life that makes us perfectly imperfect in Christ.
Thanks to Blogging for Books for providing this book in exchange for my honest review.
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Thank you for the book review. It sounds like a book that teachers as well as parents ought to read to learn to see each child as a perfectly imperfect gift from God.