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The Beginner’s Bible Daniel And The Hungry Lions

The Beginner’s Bible Daniel And The Hungry Lions is taken from the Beginner’s Bible series. It spotlights this well-known Old Testament story in an easy to understand way.  Children age two through five years old are the hopeful audience and I feel it hits that mark.

The book is twenty-four-pages long and the sizing is 8×8. It’s a nice size for bringing along and taking up residence on a child’s bookshelf. It has a cut-out design that’s appealing and the board book format is especially nice for the toddler/preschool age range.

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100 First Words , A Dk My First Book

Growing minds need interesting books that are fun to look at and educational. A book that my one-year-old daughter goes back to again and again is 100 First Words. I knew the updated version of the book was a must-have because the previous edition I had for my two older children and since gifted to another mother was enjoyed just as much.

In this book, babies and toddlers are introduced to familiar things. The categories covered on two-page spreads are My Body, My Toys, Out and about, Mealtime, Pets, Things that go, and Bathtime. Things seen range from slippers to flowers.  Bright colors and patterns appear on all pages. 

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Say & Pray Devotions {Review and Giveaway}

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Say & Pray Devotions is a book that can be used daily to help children learn important sight words, Biblical principles, and short prayers. The comes in board book format which makes it a great pick for children infant ages up to five years old. Colorful illustrations, common scenes, and many recognizable images throughout is perfect for little ones beginning to expand their view of the great big world around them. 

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