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Why Do We Say Good Night? – Champ Thornton

Why Do We Say Good Night? is a terrific bedtime story that takes the worry out of the darkness of the night for young children.  This reassuring tale provides clear biblically best reasons why little ones have nothing to fear when they go to bed at night.  The immersive illustrations bring the text alive.  There are lots of interesting details to discover in every two page spread.  This one is a winner!

While this complimentary book was provided for review by New Growth Press, no other compensation was given.  All remarks are my personal and honest opinions.

Why Do We Say Good Night?
Champ Thornton
October 21, 2019
32

God Made Me Unique: Helping Children See Value in Every Person – Joni and Friends

God Made Me Unique is a wonderful book with a powerful message.  It presents understanding uniqueness and disability from a Christian perspective in a child-friendly way.  The use of colorful, engaging illustrations enhances the text.

While this complimentary book was provided for review by New Growth Press, no other compensation was given.  All remarks are my personal and honest opinions.

 

God Made Me Unique
Joni and Friends
August 19, 2019

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The Gospel in Hard Times – Joni and Friends

This Bible Study Guide focuses on suffering and is geared specifically for teens.  Each well organized lesson provides reflection questions as well as a prayer focus and an action plan.  Additionally, throughout the study, real life situations are powerfully used.

While this complimentary book was provided for review by New Growth Press, no other compensation was given.  All remarks are my personal and honest opinions.

Be Loved – Emma Mae Jenkins

This colorful, engaging book is designed specifically for pre-teen and teen girls.  Emma Mae Jenkins shares her high school years through the lens of her spiritual growth.  Of particular note is the inclusion of a scripture to remember section at the end of each chapter.  These well selected verses truly reaffirm the truths shared within the text.  Our middle school aged daughter was immediately interested in this book and continues to re-read it.

While this complimentary book was provided for review by New Growth Press, no other compensation was given.  All remarks are my personal and honest opinions.

Dragons Get Colds Too – Rebecca Roan

Even if you don’t have your very own dragon who is suffering from a cold, this book is sure to delight.  Filled with whimsical illustrations and plenty of humor, readers of all ages will find themselves smiling and perhaps even giggling a bit as they read this sweet story.  This is a terrific read-a-loud option.

Dragons Get Colds Too Book Cover Dragons Get Colds Too
Rebecca Roan
Juvenile Fiction
Bloomsbury Children's Books
February 12, 2019
40

The Crocodile Who Didn’t Like Water – Gemma Merino

Everyone knows that crocodiles like water, except one particular friend featured in this book.  With an encouraging and humorous tone, this delightful tale encourages the importance of being yourself no matter what.  This is a fantastic read-a-loud and a new favorite that could be used with learners of all ages.

The Crocodile Who Didn't like Water

When Pencil Met Eraser – Karen Kilpatrick and Luis O. Ramos Jr.

Friendship and creativity are celebrated in this terrific picture book.  When Pencil Met Eraser details how pencil and eraser first met and how they started working together.  This clever book would be a tremendous read-a-loud option for all ages.

When Pencil Met Eraser Book Cover When Pencil Met Eraser
Karen Kilpatrick, Luis O. Ramos, Jr.,
Juvenile Fiction
Imprint
May 28, 2019
40

A Place for Pluto – Stef Wade

We loved A Place for Pluto!  This highly engaging book details Pluto’s shock and dismay when he is stripped of his planet status and his subsequent attempts to find where he might fit within the universe.  Scientifically sound, funny, and encouraging, A Place for Pluto is a winner.

 

 

A Place for Pluto Book Cover A Place for Pluto
Stef Wade
Juvenile Fiction
Capstone
2018-07
32