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Monday, January 4, 2010

* The One Year Devotional for Toddlers 2 *


Title: The One Year Devotions for Preschoolers 2 
by Carla Barnhill; illustrated by Elena Kucharik
Age range: 3-6 years old
Publisher: Tyndale
Price: $14.99 (hardcover)




Mel's Thoughts:
My boys had gotten the first Little Blessings Devotionals book a couple of years ago for Christmas.  So I got excited when we had the chance to review the second book from Tyndale Kids.  It's The One Year Devotionals for Preschoolers 2.  It's full of devotionals that are designed and written for the younger children in your house. 

This book takes your child through the Bible, chronologically, just filling their minds with bits and pieces of inspiration from several Bible stories.  Starting in Genesis in January and ending in Revelation in December, it has a one page devotional for each day.  Of course, not every story or topic from the Bible can be covered, but it can help your child to learn more about God and His promises and the life He wants us to lead.  Here are a few topics from the book:
  • God's Favorite Creation
  • Little Lambs
  • Shine the Light
  • A Gentle Answer
  • Fly Like an Eagle
  • Nap Time
  • Doing What's Right
  • The Shepherds' Surprise
  • Bumps and Bruises
  • Growing Good Fruit
  • Jesus Understands
  • A New Family
Each devotional has a verse to go with it, and at the end of each one is an inspirational tidbit to end the lesson.  There are cute and colorful illustrations to go with each one, as well.

I would highly recommend this book, as it's something that you and your child can sit down and read together every day.  Even if you don't have a lot of time, you could sit down for maybe 5-10 minutes before school or before bedtime and read and discuss what you read.  You can pick this book up for $14.99 from Tyndale Kids.  For a year's worth of reading and discussion with your child, in my opinion, it's definitely worth it.

Melissa J's Thoughts:
     I am unable to give my thoughts, because this book never made it into my mailbox. :-(  So bummed! Sounds great!





 

1 comments:

Heather @ CSAHM January 7, 2010 at 1:58 PM  

Sounds like a really great book. Thanks for the review!


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