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Book Review: Marvel at the Moon Author: Levi Lusko

Can you believe that God, the one big enough to create the whole universe, design each planet, and breathe out every star, created you? And He loves you too!

This 90-day devotional from pastor and author of Roar Like a Lion Levi Lusko will help you

  • Face loneliness, peer pressure, and insecurities with confidence

  • Learn to navigate big feelings and negative emotions

  • Discover courageous people in history, including astronauts, scientists, and Biblical figures

  • Find comfort and peace in knowing that God made you on purpose and for a purpose

With eye-catching art, fantastic space facts, Bible verses, prayers, and age-appropriate action steps, Marvel at the Moon reveals the wonders of the universe while strengthening your relationship with God and giving you the confidence and tools to build relationships with others.

Reviewed By:

Mosa Ramookho

Tell us a bit about yourself:

I am 10 years old and I live in Noordheuwel Krugersdorp. I have a black Labrador called Sunny. I like food, my family and going to the movies. When I grow up I would like to work at NASA on projects that study the spacecrafts that are sent to space.

Name of Book:

Marvel at the Moon


Levi Lusko

What drew you to read this book?

I liked the cover of the book because I love space. And it was a gift from Langa my friend.

What impact did this book have your life?

It taught me that I don’t have to be alone and that I must repent and not have to carry the load all by myself

In a paragraph, what is the main point of this book?:

The main point of the book is that you are not alone and that God is always with you.

Who would benefit from reading this book?

I think I would give this book to a friend who knows God but doesn’t really believe in Him. And to friends who have had a tough time who think they are lonely. It’s a good book for kids aged 10 to 12

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