Really Woolly® I Love You, Little One is a devotional type book for children ages 2 through 5 years old. This book features Bible verses, short rhythmic verses, and simple prayers all tied together with the sole purpose of reminding readers and listeners of God’s great love.
God Bless You and Good Night written by Hannah Hall and illustrated by Steve Whitlow is darling bedtime storybook. It’s filled with many beautiful pictures of animal families of a number of sizes that children likely will recognize. The story is short and sweet and certainly will help comfort children before they rest their head for the evening. The book is geared toward boys and girls ages two through four years old which I feel is perfect.
Lemons Are a Girl’s Best Friend is a handy guide with recipes of thirty superfoods that can be used to benefit your health in two ways. The first way is in consuming it by eating or drinking it and the second way is to physically apply it to your skin as a beauty care product.
I was completely drawn in by this book when I learned what it had to offer. Through this book I’ve learned which foods are actually known as super foods, the benefit (s) each has to offer, a brief history, the whereabouts of where which most came from, the beneficial vitamins each food has for the body and skin, and so much more!
Night Night, Jungle was written by Amy Parker and illustrated by Virginia Allyn, is a sweet story that aids in lulling children to bed. This story takes place in a Jungle slowing down for the evening to rest their heads for the night ahead. The discovery of many different kinds of animal friends is a welcome surprise with the turn of every single page with this cleverly written and delightfully illustrated offering.
The Little Critter Little Blessings Collection by Mercer Meyer is wonderful. I have enjoyed this author’s work when I was a young child an am pleased that they are still offering new and relevant stories for our current generation.
Drawn in the same familiar art style and wording from the characters just like I remember it, these books have been a walk down memory lane. Nostalgia aside for myself, these stories have been an entirely new experience for my nine, seven, and nearly two-year-old. How pleased I am that they’ve come to like the same characters that drew their own mom in.
Every Day with Jesus: 365 Devotions for Kids by Pastor Dr. Charles Stanley is his first ever devotional for children. It is adapted from his book Every Day in His Presence, Every Day with Jesus and is coordinated with his devotional for adults. The coordination makes it so children and adults in the same family can discover the same theme and scripture on the same exact day. This coordination beautifully opens the door for conversation within the family unit. However, this book stands well on its own if you don’t have the one for adults.