Category: Book Reviews

Sequin Sparkle and Change Bible {Review and Giveaway}

The Sequin Sparkle and Change Bible certainly draws the interest from its beautiful and uniquely designed cover. The sequin design is inviting and exciting so it’s more likely to spark and interest in others that see it which potentially can lead to a conversation about a child’s Faith in God.  Continue reading

God Bless You and Goodnight Touch and Feel {Book Review + Giveaway}

God Bless You and Goodnight Touch & Feel has been a delightful addition to our pick for bedtime books for my two and half year old daughter.  This book got her engaged not just by the story or the incredibly cute illustrations but with the touch and feel illustrations as well.

Like likely the child you’d be reading this to, the animals in the story are also getting ready for bed. This looks different for each animal family. The polar bear cub could use a snack, the otter pup gets a bath, the penguin gets all snug in jammies, the kangaroo gets a story, baby hedgehog receives a cuddly hug, the meerkat family prays, and so forth.  Continue reading

The Instant Pot ® No-Pressure Cookbook: 100 Low-Stress, High-Flavor Recipes {Review}


If you like using spices and adding a good amount of flavor to your meals and are looking for a change in your everyday menu then this is a cookbook for you. It features some everyday dishes to those that are suitable for special occasions. I felt there was a good mix of recipes here to cater toward the everyday family favorites to those more fancy meals and desserts for holidays and so forth making this a high-value choice to add to my Instant Pot collection of cookbooks.  Continue reading

I Can Only Imagine for Little Ones {Children’s Book Review}

I Can Only Imagine for Little Ones is written by Bart Millard who is the lead singer of a Christian band called “Mercy Me”. Many years ago he wrote the song “I Can Only Imagine” which speaks of how one might react being before God in the kingdom of Heaven. This book seeks the same questions as that song but in a way, a child might ask and wonder about.  Continue reading