Gary Chapman and Rick Osborne deliver a great story while helping children and parents learn a child’s Love Language in A Perfect Pet for Peyton.
We found the book to be engaging and unique. I loved helping my children explore the importance of love! The book is basked on best-selling author, Gary Chapman’s successful The 5 Languages of Love. Now, thanks to the pets at the Pet Emporium, children can discover The 5 Love Languages of Children.
The cast of child characters in this whimsical story include:
Peyton, one of the birthday celebrants, loves to help others, and appreciates it when others do little things for him.
Penny, Peyton’s twin sister, who receives love best when others spend quality time with her.
Jayla, one of Penny’s close friends, is always saying nice things about people. Her love language is words of affirmation.
Kevin, one of Peyton’s close friends, enjoys giving things to people.
Sofia loves to pet the animals, and to show her love for others with special hugs.
The book is quite an adventure and my children wished they could visit the pet shop in the story! As the story was read, they enjoyed searching for the insect in the big pictures and doing the small tasks in the story, like finding various birds. It made the whole story an interactive experience. Kudos to Wilson Williams Jr. who did an outstanding job of illustrating the book.
There are some fun animals throughout the book and my children enjoyed sharing their experiences with these animals and learning about new ones. I appreciated the animals and the friends at the party delivering such a great message.
Curious about your own Love Language. Here’s a brief quiz to help you discover yours.
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