Tag: children

  • The Radical Book for Kids: Exploring the Roots and Shoots of Faith

    The Radical Book for Kids: Exploring the Roots and Shoots of Faith

    by Champ Thornton I don’t know how many of you are familiar with Usborne style books. Personally, as a homeschool mom, I am 100% sold. These are my favorite! They have a perfect mixture of pictures, learning, and interest for a child (or adult) of any age. The Radical Book for Kids is written in…

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  • Laugh Out Loud Pocket Doodles

    Laugh Out Loud Pocket Doodles

    by Rob Elliot   Want to have some fun laughs with the little ones? Every page has a little joke and then a place to “doodle” and complete the pictures. I received these books from Revell and decided to test them out on my nephews and nieces. As you can see, they were having a…

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  • Are we up to the task?

    Are we up to the task?

    I was speaking to a new, sweet friend a couple of days ago. I posted a review of 52 Things a Son Needs From Their Moms and I really enjoyed it. It’s right on, as far as I am concerned. It’s how we have parented our children and have seen the fruit of doing it…

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  • Duck Commander Devotions for Kids – by Korie Robertson & Chrys Howard

    Ok, so you have heard of Duck Dynasty by now, unless you’ve had your  head in buried in a hole for the last couple of years. Of course, there is controversy over some of their beliefs and… antics.?.? However you feel about them, you must admit that they have done pretty well for themselves. They…

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  • The Story for Kids — By Max Lucado and Randy Frazee

    Discover the Bible from Beginning to End Amazon or CBD.com I was so excited to find this book! Many of you have probably read The Story, NIV: The Bible as One Continuing Story of God and His People. Well, this is the children’s version of the same book. My seven year old was waiting for…

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  • Time is Short

    As parents, our time is SO, VERY short. Just yesterday, my babies were just that: babies. Now, on the verge of graduating high school, The Large Child is a man. A MAN! The Little Toot isn’t far behind. Because we love them and want them to have stress free childhoods, we coddle them and protect…

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  • Thankful for Today

    by Roitman Trillo First of all, I would like to thank Roitman Trillo for offering me this book! The story is written and illustrated by her; and they are beautiful illustrations! As a side note, I was very excited to see that a portion of the proceeds, when buying this book, go to fight child…

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