This board book has letters from the alphabet along with a picture with sparkles that children can actually feel; each letter in the book describes something about Christmas.
There are no references to Santa Claus; the focus of the book is about the true meaning of Christmas, with beautiful sparkled illustrations that will capture the child’s attention right away.
The devotion’s are very well written in a way that even the youngest of your children will easily understand the message. At the top of the pages they list a Bible verse, then it goes on to explain what the verse means with real life examples, then there is a prayer at the end. Every page has wonderful illustrations of an animal on it. It is a hardcover book, so it is sure to last a lifetime of enjoyment for your child.I highly recommend this devotional.
The devotions are going to easily grab your child’s attention , at least it did for my grandchildren, from ages 13 to 3 years old. Each one of them enjoyed the devotions, and what they really liked is the fact that it is small enough that even the younger ones will have no trouble carrying it with them to church or even just at home. I received a complimentary copy through Booklook Bloggers and my review are my thoughts, and my grandchildren’s thoughts.
This sweet book will make sure your little one falls to sleep feeling secure and loved.
Bedtime Bibles and storybooks are evergreen classics that sell through year after year. Seasoned brands and new names alike are seeing surging sales in this felt-need genre as parents are looking for comforting books with Bible stories, verses, and prayers to settle kids down to sleep.
In God Bless You and Good Night, sleepy little ones are reminded of God’s blessings and how much they are loved. The delightful rhyming story takes readers through several scenes of snuggly animals who are getting ready for bed. These sweet, sometimes silly rhymes and adorable art are sure to make God Bless You and Good Night a favorite part of the bedtime ritual for parents and children.
Move over, Bert and Ernie: there’s a new odd couple in town! Exuberant Peanut and steadfast Moe are roommates and best friends . . . most of the time.
Peanut is messy. Moe is neat.
Peanut is loud. Moe is quiet.
Peanut always wants more. Moe always wants a little less.
Can these two learn to appreciate their differences?
With bright, bold, eye-catching illustrations and two adorable characters, Gina Perry has created a book that will appeal to all the Peanuts and Moes in the world — whether they think it’s too much or not enough!
Harbinger (Dragonrider Legacy #2)
by Nicole Conway
Publication Date: August 14, 2018
Victory is written in the blood of the brave. As the armies of the Tibran Empire continue to march across Maldobar, a path of scorched destruction and despair is left in their wake. Even with the formidable princess, Jenna Farrow, leading the charge, the strength of the dragonriders is waning. Tibran victory appears inevitable—especially after Princess Jenna and Prince Aubren are taken hostage by the infamous Lord Argonox. Separated from her brother and tortured for information, Princess Jenna refuses to bend to the iron will of Argonox. But her strength and resolve may only last so long. Continue reading
LALA FEELS BLAH-LA by Tela Kayne, Children, 28 pp., $8.89 (paperback) $3.99 (Kindle)
Title: LALA FEELS BLAH-LA Author: Tela Kayne Publisher: The Virtue Agency Pages: 30 Genre: Children’s Picture Book
Welcome to LaLa’s World: Where kids learn how to be the change!
In this newly released children’s book, “LaLa Feels Blah-La,” a young girl and her stuffed bear wake up feeling blah for no apparent reason. LaLa’s mom teaches her to be mindful of her feelings and turn her mood around with the flip of a coin. Perfect for young readers, LaLa Feels Blah-La , teaches children to be more mindful of their feelings and manage their mood swings.