“Win or Lose, I Love You” by Lysa TerKeurst is new children’s book released by Thomas Nelson publishers.
Yes, this book’s message is basically reflected by the title, making it rather pointless to describe the book in a review, but I did want to say that I have greatly enjoyed and benefited from Lysa TerKeurst’s books for women, and I love that she is expanding her reading audience to children and implementing good values into her works. It is encouraging progress to watch and I hope that this book goes on to bless many families, both the children listening to the story and the parents reading it, as this book means more when read aloud with conviction. Not only does this book explore a child’s worth being tied to who they are and not how they play or perform, but this book also covers topics such as kindness, good sportsmanship, and overcoming selfishness.
I enjoyed this simple story with its timeless message and I think this is a great book to have for young children. The illustrations were charming and age-appropriate.
Thank you to Thomas Nelson publishers and their BookLook bloggers program for providing me with a copy of this book to read and review. All opinions are my own and were not affected in any way, nor required to be positive.