Review: Who Sang the First Song? by Ellie Holcomb


Who Sang the First Song? by Ellie Holcomb, Illustrated by Kayla Harren
5 out of 5 bookmarks

What an enjoyable reading experience! Who Sang the First Song? by award-winning recording artist Ellie Holcomb is a kid's book that was crafted to be a delight to read aloud to children. The words have a beautiful cadence and rhythm that flows gently and persuasively until the very end. Our kids sat transfixed as they listened to the beautiful message and expressive imagery woven by the words.

Sample Page

Then the artistry... wow! There could not have been a better pairing of author and illustrator. These pictures capture the very essence of a child's imagination and portray the wonder of Gods creation and the song within us all. The colors are brilliant, the scenes are beautiful, poignant, and fun!

Ellie Holcomb

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. When we got to the end, and to the message of the book, I had tears in my eyes!

Our kids enjoyed the first reading, and the second, and the third! I see them continue to choose this book to sit and look at alone, even the prereader.

We would definitely recommend this book for any family with children ages 3-12. It is a beautifully written and illustrated 24-page board book with a wonderful message.

Let's all sing!








Stephanie Garrett is a busy homeschooling mom of three who somehow always finds time to read. She has been a voracious reader since childhood and even won a bicycle in elementary school for having read the most books! She enjoys learning and growing and never turns down an opportunity to try something new. Her first love is the Lord and service to Him, second is family, and third...is reading. She believes that anyone who learns to read with comprehension can go anywhere and do anything! She also enjoys music, theatre, sewing, and mathematics.



Disclosure: The publisher provided us with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links.

Stephanie Garrett

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