I'm back with another treasure to add to your list of children's holiday reading, this time from author Laura Sassi. Those who have been following my posts throughout the summer might remember my review of Goodnight, Ark. That book has become a favorite here in my house and is always a blast to read! I'm happy to say that Sassi has done it again with her newest book Goodnight, Manger.
October 13, 2015
October 6, 2015
The Value of Good Sportsmanship: Win or Lose, I Love You! by Lysa TerKeurst Children's Book Review and GIVEAWAY
I love books that have a moral to the story, ones that teach children important life lessons. Win or Lose, I Love You! is definitely one of those books. We live in a society that has a tendency to put a lot of emphasis on winning, so it is vital to teach our children to not overlook what's really important and that losing doesn't determine a person's value.
Don't push your way to the front; don't sweet-talk your way to the top. Put yourself aside, and help others get ahead. Don't be obsessed with getting your own advantage. Forget yourselves long enough to lend a helping hand. – Philippians 2:3-4
October 5, 2015
Building a legacy of faith for children is important. They look up to us, so it's vital to provide family experiences that are going to make a strong impact in their lives. Pass it On can be a valuable resource to parents, since it offers a remarkable approach to strengthening a child's faith.
Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he
will not depart from it. - Proverbs 22:6
October 4, 2015
It's only October, but Christmas will be here before we know it! It's always been one of my favorite times of the year. Since my little man is so enthusiastic about his books, I was eager to get a head start on checking out some of the newest holiday reads for him! One book that we've had the pleasure of reading together is Song of the Stars. This book is not necessarily new (although it was to us), but the actual board book edition was recently released. I am always a fan of board books, since they can withstand little toddler hands without the worry of pages ripping.