First of all, it's hard to read. The cubs' names are Panda, Polar, and Brown. With this book written as a poem, it's hard to read "Polar" without stumbling because it doesn't say "Polar Bear." Maybe a minor point, but it's much more pleasant to read books to children when they flow smoothly.
Also, the parents are brown bears. How did they get a polar bear cub and a panda bear cub? All of the cubs look so differently; see the picture on the cover above. I understand the point Keith is trying to make, but the pictures look very unnatural, and like the reading, are a little awkward.
I think this book could be a really good one with some tweaking. I especially appreciated the Bible verses on each page, how relevant they were to the story. As it is, though, I think I'll pass this book along to someone else instead of keeping it for my children.
I want to thank BookLook Bloggers for my review copy of this book, but my opinions are my own.