Category: Book Reviews

I’m Not A Scaredy Cat {Book Review + Giveaway}

 

I’m Not A Scaredy Cat by well-known author Max Lucado is a book for every child.   In this tale, children will learn to rely upon and speak to God when they are afraid. No matter how big or seemingly small or silly to some the fright could be, children will rest easier knowing God hears and knows. A  reassurance from this story about their great God will bring comfort to their mind and heart.  Continue reading

Jesus Always 365 Devotions for Kids {Review and Giveaway}

Jesus Always 365 Devotions for Kids by Sarah Young is geared toward boys and girls ages 8-12 years old. This devotion is different than most as it is written in a way as if God is speaking to the reader directly. The author explains her writing style and sticking as close to scripture as possible. So instead of the common use of He, words are used such as I, Me, My, and Mine as Jesus. When speaking to the reader the word you and your are used.  It’s very personal and it’s one of my favorite writing styles.  Continue reading

Monstrous Maud: Big Fright By A.B. Saddlewick {Book Review}


Monstrous Maud: Big Fright is geared toward middle-grade readers that follows many more books in this fun literary series. Monstrous Maud is an interesting character who walks to the beat of her own drum. Advertised as a great alternative to princess-themed books, I am pleased to introduce the series to my oldest whom tends to prefer the oddball, mysterious, quirky types of characters and stories to the sparkly fashion shopping boy crazy themed titles out there often promoted for girls around her age.

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