So often most think of salad as iceberg lettuce with a few vegetables like cucumber, tomatoes, and carrots thrown together with a store bought dressing like ranch, French, or Italian. This makes an okay salad but dare I say a somewhat boring and very basic offering that isn’t very filling or fulfilling. In my search for expanding the food options for my family, friends, and self, I stumbled across Food52 Mighty Salads: 60 New Ways to Turn Salad into Dinner and am quite pleased with my discovery.
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I Am Devotional 100 Devotions About the Names of God is an exceptionally well thought out and written book for families of young children between the ages of 6-10 years old to share together. I applaud author Diane Stortz and illustrated by Diane Le Feyer for such a wonderful collection geared toward boys and girls.
I received this book free from by FrontGate Media to facilitate this review
God Loves Daddy and Me by Bonnie Rickner Jensen and illustrated by Laura Watkins is an adorable board book that highlights the bond and the love a father and child share together.
This bond between a father and child is demonstrated in a number of ways on each page. There are scenes of the pair paddling a boat on a lake, building pillow and blanket forts, walking & talking outdoors, helping each other during the chore or raking leaves, playing hide-and-seek amongst the branches, roasting a marshmallow over a fire on the beach in the evening, saying prayers together at bedtime, forgiving when something goes wrong and tucking in the little one in at bedtime.
The Complete Book of Fashion History: A stylish journey through history and the ultimate guide for being fashionable in every era is awesome! Appealing for kids, teens, and even adults (like me!) this a title is perfect for someone with the love for all things fashion or for those just wanting to delve into cultural history in a way that’s fun, entertaining, and absolutely interesting.
Bible Trivia, Jokes, & Fun! is a great book to keep children, pre-teens, teens, and even adults sharp on their Bible knowledge skills! It’s perfect to share with the family, among good friends, and to use in a Sunday School or youth group class. I feel the content is applicable to all but best suited for the 8-13-year-old range.
The Beautiful Word 365 Devotional will stir the heart, inspire the soul, and delight the eyes. Being an artist and a fan of simple designs inspired by shapes, natures, and colors I adore this book. It pairs beautifully with the Bible in the same line but stands well enough on its own that you don’t need it.