God Made You Nose to Toes is a book by Leslie Parrot that demonstrates in word and picture how great God’s love is for us. Estelle Corke’s happy colored illustrations draw readers and listeners in as the story unfolds! Eyes to see, ears to hear, a mouth to laugh, a nose to smell, knees for climbing, fingers to touch, children will learn about their senses too!
I’d been looking for a reasonably simple footing in attempts to memorize Bible scripture. I feel that it’s important to have God’s words to turn toward at all times and to share with others off the top of my head. But let’s face it, with all the busy these days something so seemingly simple can be a real challenge.Often having a goal and not having a good way to get there can be very discouraging to the point of never starting.
New Year by Rich Lo is a book that I feel many children locating to a new school or country can relate too. In this story, we meet a young boy that has relocated from China to America. The story itself is based on the childhood experiences of the author/illustrator Rich Lo and his immigration to America. The differences to adjust are displayed throughout the tale in a way young children can understand.
Where Does Love Hide? by Mary Manz Simon is simple way to introduce younger children to acts associated with showing our love toward one another. The illustrations by Hannah Wood draw readers and listeners in keeping engagement from start to finish. The imagery features bright colors and smiling faces on every single page.
“Mommy, what’s joy? ,” my children ask me. Joy is many things as well as a wonderful emotion. Sometimes, I’ll admit, explaining a particular feeling can be difficult to word. All My Treasures: A book of Joy by Jo Witek gives children a visual into this emotion and it gives parents/caregivers a jumping board to discuss it further.
The DK Readers in this post are some fun titles that are Star Wars themed! There are different reader levels available that are suited for beginners readers and those more advanced. If looking for a last minute stocking stuffer or something for kids to spend that bookstore gift card on, why not give these titles a look. The price point isn’t bad at $3.00-$5.00 each for the paperback version! Star Wars is pretty popular so there’s a huge chance many children both boys and girls (parents too!) will be excited about these titles!