Really Woolly Bible Stories is a delightful collection of Bible Stories from the Old and New Testmaments. It is a padded board book that features the “really woolly” characters who are extremely cute and appealing to children as well as adults. The Bible stories are each told in rhyming verse and are perfect for preschool aged children. The final pages of the book include a prayer which is a lovely conclusion to the text and a wonderful introduction to prayer for children.
This book would make a wonderful Christmas gift for a little one!
While this complimentary book was provided for review by Thomas Nelson Publishers, no other compensation was given. All remarks are my personal and honest opinions.
Rumble! Zap! Pow! is a Bible story book with a twist. Each story is presented in comic book format. The selected stories all focus on the action packed adventure found within the Bible. Although the book is written for preschoolers as per the verbiage on the back cover, I wonder if the format might not be a better fit for early elementary children. Graphic novels are not a traditional format for children between the ages of 3-5 and a bit of explanation would probably be needed for some.
Each Bible story in the book ends with “power words” which is a Bible verse and an activity. I really like the activity tie-in element of this book. Each activity provides a solid extension for parent and child to enjoy.
While this complimentary book was provided for review by Tyndale House Publishers, no other compensation was given. All remarks are my personal and honest opinions.
If I Could – A Mother’s Promise is a book that captures the hopes and dreams every new mother has for her child. The tale follows a Mommy Raccoon and her toddler son throughout their day. The text is simple and reflects the deep love between mother and child. The illustrations are fantastic and are highly appealing to young and old alike. This book would make a lovely gift for new mother.
The Kissing Hand is an old favorite to read at the start of the school year. Little Chester Raccoon is hesitant to leave his mother’s side and go to school. She assures him that he will love school once he is busy playing with new toys, new books, and new friends. She also shares a special secret that has been in their family for years – the kissing hand. The kissing hand allows a little love from home to be with Chester at all times and gives him the confidence he needs to tackle his first day of school. Quite simply a heartwarming story that provides true comfort to little ones and perhaps a few Mommies and Daddies too!