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Nick Vujicic: No Limits Review by Chareen Rushworth

Series: Heroes for Young Readers
Renee Taft Meloche
IllustratorBryan Pollard
YWAM Publishing
PO Box 55787
Seattle, WA 98155
Reviewed in2015

Nick Vujicic: No Limits is an inspiring book about the life of Nick Vujicic by Renee Taft Meloche. It is a 32-page, hardback book. Each double-page spread is beautifully illustrated with watercolor drawings of Nick.

The book is designed to illustrate the faithful design of a loving God in our lives regardless of our physical appearance. The story is written in prose form with each stanza being only four lines long. In this book, you will hear about Nick’s struggle with school bullies and how he chose to deal with each one. Children and adults alike can identify with the impact each of these bullies had in Nick’s life. As Nick grew and matured, both in spirit and body, he learned to deal differently with each bully and learned that, despite his physical differences and limitations, he was perfectly made for God’s calling in his life. We, the readers, are encouraged to accept and embrace the life God has given us. Nick’s example of Christian character is an encouragement to everyone who feels weighed down by the challenges of disabilities, mistreatment, feelings of inferiority, and more.

No Limits is an inspirational book for Christian families today. It is a well-written book that will inspire and encourage young and old alike to live life to its fullest, as well as provide a conversational platform for dealing with bullying today. It is a worthy addition to any home library.

-Product Review by Chareen Rushworth, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, LLC, January, 2015