The Berenstain Bears Hugs and Kisses Sticker & Activity Book my six-year-old son has been using during quiet times and when out and about! This book features many fun activities that can get a child excited about Valentine’s Day. Within are fun activities that will encourage a child to look for ways to love others whether it be family, friends, and neighbors while pointing directly to God’s love for everyone.
Melissa Leapman’s Designer Crochet Accessories book is totally fashion-forward. As someone that’s fairly new to crochet, I feel that this book is a flawless offering making it keen guide and useful resource. The accessories featured can be worn for everyday use or for special occasions when you want to express yourself beyond the norm. Patterns that can be found within these pages include hats, cowls, shawls, bags, jewelry, boot toppers, headband, and beyond.
Devotions for Easter by Stacy Edwards is a lovely devotional book to use in the days leading up to Easter Day. Readers are introduced to the heart of the author in the beginning few pages. She shares the importance of a story and how we as children of God are called to serve one another in sharing in such a way.
There are 40 devotions. The devotions stem from life stories, a hymn, scripture, and so forth. Every devotion features a title, Bible verse, and a couple of pages to read. The stories are heartfelt, encouraging, and thought-provoking.
I’m Going to Give You a Bear Hug!, written by bestselling author Caroline B. Cooney, is a happy book! It’s playfulness, clever text and engaging pictures make this a story that little ones will ask for again and again. The warmth, comfort, and snuggles it fills one with makes this an exceptionally good pick for ending the day at bedtime.
Baa! Oink! Moo! God Made the Animals is an adorable board book that’s perfect for bedtime. Children that adore the animals that are found on farms will like this storybook offering that points to God as the creator of every single one!
Happiness is something everyone longs for but what does it really mean to be happy? By worldly standards, it could mean recognition, the acquiring of things, prestige, and so forth. Life has it’s highs and lows. We are happy one moment when things are going well and sad the next with things seem to be out of our control. Randy Alcorn sums up what happiness as a believer in Christ should look like in bite size devotions that can be read daily or at whatever pace you chose.