I must say I’m growing to really like the trend of the scripture verse, hymns, and religious song books that have hit the market for children. Zonderkidz gave me the opportunity to review and share about Jesus Loves Me (A Sing-Along Book) by Gynux.
We adore the Berenstain Bears in my home. I enjoyed these stories growing up and am pleased that more are being written and released so my own kids can enjoy them too. We recently have been reading and enjoying every minute of the Berenstain Bears Living Lights treasury called Friendship Blessings Collection. This book is a fantastic collection of five books in 1!
It’s summertime, and Swagbucks has brought a $5 bonus! Swagbucks is a rewards site where you earn points (called SB) for things you’re probably doing online already, like searching, watching videos, discovering deals, and taking surveys. Then you take those points and exchange them for gift cards to places like Amazon, Starbucks, Walmart, Target, or PayPal cash.
You can find all of the details here. If you haven’t signed up for Swagbucks yet, you can also do that at this page and start earning points towards your first free gift card. As a bonus, if you sign up through me a spend at least $25 shopping online through Swagbucks, you’ll get a 200 SB bonus – that’s $2 in addition to the points you get for each dollar you spend.
These deals will run all the way through Father’s Day on Sunday, June 18th.
Melody turned 9 years old last week. 9! I can hardly believe this will be her last year sporting a single digit age. Next year is the big 1-0. Wow! She’s been all into Zelda: Breath of the Wild a game available on the WiiU and on the recently released Switch (One guess what the kids want for Christmas). It was no surprise that she wanted a Zelda themed cake for her birthday this year.
My one-year-old daughter is at the perfect age and stage for picture books. I like to make sure we’ve got fun, educational and because of our faith religious books for her to gaze about and listen to me read. Recently, we were introduced to Helen Dardik’s take on The Story of Noah’s Ark. This newly released picture book caught my attention and that of my youngest child right away with its fun looking vibrantly colored illustrations.