Every once in a while I like to review books for little readers. These reviews are much shorter and basically act as a “Yes, I liked it” or “No, I didn’t like it”. I do this because there are so many books out there for kids and I don’t want to add to the confusion.Continue reading “Kid’s Corner”
Finding good and biblical reading material for children is really important, whether they read it themselves, parents read it to them or it’s read as a whole family. We need to make sure that we’re investing just as much time in teaching children as we would in teaching adults. The materials should be exciting, pleasingContinue reading “Books for kids, teens and families. Something for all ages.”
*I received a free copy of these books from the publishers in exchange for an honest review. This has not clouded my judgment * Christmas is a great opportunity to tell children about Jesus. The Lord has blessed the church with a ton of great children’s books and other resources to help with that. I’d likeContinue reading “Kid’s Christmas”
There are so many kids resources out there for children, so many good books that will encourage learning, reading and growth in knowledge and love for Jesus. One of the things I love about some of the new resources I’m sent to review is that they are so biblical! Here are a few resources thatContinue reading “New resources for kids, for the eyes and ears…”
There are some great kids books out there, it’s important that we invest the same amount of time finding them sound books that are based on the Bible and point them to Jesus as we would for ourselves. Here are a few of the books I’ve been sent recently for kids, teens and families…
I quite enjoy reading kids books, not just because I like the pictures but because, if done properly, they convey wonderfully deep and meaningful truths in simple language so that the smallest child can marvel at God. What we read to and teach our children is hugely important! We wouldn’t dare fill our own mindsContinue reading “Books for wee ones and not so wee ones…”
There are so many great resources out there and I have the privilege of receiving so many titles to review for free. The struggle is always to pick the things that I think will be most beneficial for all of you, my readers.
Children’s Christmas books are important, they must be pleasing to the eyes, exciting for the children and faithful to Scripture. We wouldn’t settle for anything less when it comes to a book for adults, so why should we settle for less with children’s books?