Children ages 4-8 years old that are a afraid of monsters at bedtime are sure to enjoy this book. My children were interested in seeing how she would solve her dilemma! Parents don’t have to worry about scary, creepy, or spooky looking monster illustrations in this story. The pictures are colorful and entertaining. The story is written in a fun rhyming way which make for a smooth read that’s perfect for story telling and keeping readers and listeners captivated!
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Pierre the French Bulldog Recycles by Kate Louise is a story about a dog that learns the importance of not just throwing things in the garbage. We are introduced to this pup while he’s digging up some of this old things to make space for his new treasures. Not realizing that the things he didn’t want anymore could have been used again in a different way, he promptly puts it in the trash. However, right before the trash gets swept away he realizes his error and we follow him on a mission to put things where they should have gone in the first place!
Joseph and the Colorful Coat By Brendan Powell Smith is just one of many other stories in The Brick Bible for Kids series. In using LEGO , these renditions of well known Bible stories are sure to capture the interest of children of all ages. The story is completely illustrated using LEGO bricks and is done very well. The scenes chosen for the story stick true to the era, specific place in time, and culture. For example there’s pyramids, walls with Egyptian hieroglyphics, animals such as goats, cows, camels, and so forth. The characters attire and hair styles were was chosen well. I appreciate all the attention to detail that was obviously intricately thought out.
The Day is Waiting by Don Freeman with Linda Zuckerman is a a uniquely created children’s book. If you’ve read or heard of Corduroy, chances are you’ve made yourself familiar with author and illustrator Don Freeman. This book is a collection of his never before published art put together to create a fantastic collaborative story with a memorable message.
Red, Yellow, Blue (And a Dash of White, Too!) illustrated and written by Charles George Esperanza is a book that draws ones inner creativity out! In this story, we meet a young girl with a love for painting. She explores and tries all sorts of new things with every brush stroke, every color used, and creates such vividly imaginative scenes from start to finish! I love presenting my children with a book that demonstrates creativity being only limited to ones imagination. Art can seem messy but I believe the point here is that’s there’s no wrong way to go about it.
My children ask a lot of questions and are eager to learn more about God and the Bible. Since the Bible can be difficult for them to understand on their own and there are times when I can’t sit down with them, I intentionally like to keep storybooks and readers around. I can’t stress enough the importance of having material for children around that they can study, ask questions about, take to heart, and form opinions about. I prefer materials that stick pretty close to the actual event of things that took place and have the Adventure Bible series to meet that standard.