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Growing Kids with Character: Nurturing Your Child’s Potential, Purpose, and Passion – Hettie Brittz

See larger image Growing Kids with Character: Nurturing Your Child’s Potential, Purpose, and Passion Growing Kids with Character: Nurturing Your Child’s Potential, Purpose, and Passion is a Christian parenting book. The author uses gardening as a framework for understanding how we as parents can help our children grow. Although I didn’t find a lot […]

The Flowering Cross – Beth Ryan

See larger image The Flowering Cross Reading this book has become a special Easter tradition for our family.

The Flowering Cross was a very quick favorite for our daughter. It is a touching Easter story which focuses on the transformational power of God’s love.

Katie is a six year old little girl who truly […]

Nerdy Birdy – Aaron Reynolds

Nerdy Birdy is a delightful book about appreciating and accepting who you are coupled with a lesson about the power of friendship. Although a great children’s book for a read-aloud, this book would also be a tremendous resource at the secondary level. We love Nerdy Birdy at our house and are looking forward to reading […]

Grace Revealed: Finding God’s Strength in Any Crisis – Fred Sievert

See larger image Grace Revealed: Finding God’s Strength in Any Crisis Grace Revealed is an uplifting collection of real-life stories that highlight God’s amazing grace. The transformations within these stories are truly inspirational and remind the reader of God’s incredible power of redemption.

While this complimentary book was provided for review by LitFuse Publicity […]

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We are enjoying Spring Break with our little lady this week. My next new post will be published on March 19th.

Christy (50th Anniversary Edition) – Catherine Marshall

See larger image Christy (50th Anniversary Edition) This historical fiction text is based on the mission work the author’s mother did in her youth. The story pulls in the reader within the first few sentences, and the book just gets better and better as your read it. Knowing very little about the realities of […]

The Not-So Scary Snorklum – Paul Bright

A fun story that provides an unexpected twist. The Scary Snorklum is really not as scary as he seems. His transformation when day becomes night surprises the mole, rabbit, and badger who believed that they might be the Snorklum’s dinner.

Title: The Not-so-scary Snorklum Author: Paul Bright, Jane Chapman, Genre: Juvenile Fiction Release Date: January 1, 2011

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