February 26, 2016

Children's Easter Book Eggstravaganza {GIVEAWAY} #Zonderkidz

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Around Easter time, I have a lot of fun thinking of creative ways to fill my son's basket. Some of my favorites items that I like to include are healthy snacks, small quality toys, learning trinkets, and flash cards. Books are another great addition to any child's Easter basket. From stories of chicks and bunnies to faith based ones that depict the true meaning of the holiday, books can be a fun surprise for children, while offering extra developmental and educational benefits.

Whether you've been reading my blog for a while now or even for a short time, you may have guessed that I'm a huge advocate for early childhood reading. I'm blessed to be raising a little lover of books, and truly enjoy being able to share our passion for books with my readers in the form of recommendations, reviews, and giveaways.

On that note, I'm happy to be offering a brand new giveaway to my readers, which I'm extremely excited about! I have partnered with Zonderkidz (the children's division of Zondervan Publishing) to offer one winner five very special board books that are near and dear to my heart. These books will make a wonderful gift for young children during this very important time of the year when we honor the resurrection of Christ.


I've actually written reviews of all five of these books just recently on my blog, but here's a little refresher just in case you've missed them (Note–you can also click on the titles, below, to pull up my full review of each book: 

Little Love Letters from God: This precious little flip book book not only shares special Bible stories for children, but sweet sentimental love notes to your child from God. These notes can be personalized for your child, reminding them how much they mean to God and how dearly He loves them.

The Adventure Bible for Little Ones: This is a mini Bible made for young children. Rather than a full on Bible, it specifically highlights the many popular stories kids will delight in learning about, including Noah's Ark, David and Goliath, The Ten Commandments, and Jesus' birth. Little adventure seekers will have fun reading each story as they enjoy the amazing illustrations.

All Aboard the Ark: Every child should have a book about Noah's Ark in their collection–the rain, a boat, the ANIMALS! Not to mention a very important lesson on having faith in God. This particular board book version includes adorable pastel illustrations and depicts this popular Bible story in a fun way that little ones will really enjoy.

Snuggle Time Prayers: Another treasure in Glenys Nellist's (author of Little Love Letters from God, above) collection of children's ministry. Containing a collection of short heartwarming prayers, this is a wonderful book that teaches young children how to pray in a way that they can understand. It's also the perfect "snuggle time" book for any time of the day.

Little One God Loves You: No Easter basket can be complete without a bunny themed book. This delightful gem is based upon the Purpose Driven Life. Following a little bunny as he goes about his day, children will learn about God's great love for them and the purpose that He has for their own lives.


ONE LUCKY WINNER WILL RECEIVE ALL FIVE OF THESE PRECIOUS CHILDREN'S BOOKS:

Little Love Letters from God by Glenys Nellist 
The Adventure Bible for Toddlers by Catherine DeVries 
All Aboard the Ark Board Book by ZonderKidz 
Snuggle Time Prayers by Glenys Nellist 
Little One, God Loves You by Amy Warren 

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30 comments:

Pamela said...

Our little ones love the Eric Carle books, and Bible stories.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

We like the The Very Hungry Caterpillar! Thank you for for sharing, Pamela.

Lisa Jagodzinski said...

I love to read One fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish to my toddler son- I love Dr. Seuss books

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish is a favorite here, too! My son loves his Dr. Seuss books! Thank you for entering, Lisa!

Debby said...

We love to read!!! Little Red Hen is always a favorite!

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

A classic children's story! Thank you for sharing, Debby!

Sara R said...

Around here, as long as it has an animal in it, they like it! (:

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

LOL! I totally know what you mean! My little one is crazy about animals , too (must take after his mother, lol). He especially enjoys seeing them in his books!

Karen R. Propes said...

We read are reading VeggieTales: This Little Light of Mine right now, she loves Veggie Tales.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Veggies Tales are great! We love them, too!

maria gagliano said...

We love reading. No favorite but we love reading together. My favorite was Charlie and the Chocolate Factory because it was the first one we read as a family out loud.

princessdebbie1_2000 said...

My grandbabies are a little old for these books but my daughter has a friend who has an adorable 7 month old daughter that would love these books. So put my name in the hat if it's ok.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Absolutely, Debbie! You can enter (if you haven't done so, already) in the Rafflecopter, above. I add a lot different ways to do so, some that you can come back daily to do. Good Luck! :-)

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a excellent classic! It would be pretty neat if they made a preschooler version, too (or maybe they do...I'll have to look into that). Thank you for entering, Maria!

lfhpueblo said...

I like reading them some I've written for them, but I also like most of the original Little Golden Books, like The Little Red Hen. Lauralee Hensley

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Little Golden Books are awesome! We have a little collection going for my son...some of which I also had when I was a little girl. It's nice to be able to share stories with are children that we actually enjoyed in our own childhood. :-)

FIBERONE said...

My children enjoyed hearing Bible stories and stories that I made up just for them. There was no particular favorite.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Bible stories are always great to read, and made up stories can be a lot of fun! :-D Thanks for sharing!

Cassidy Ciazza Morelli said...

We love Goodnight moon!

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

That is a really nice one...we like it, too! :-)

Stephanie said...

We enjoy many different books. We really enjoy books by Marget Wise Brown.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

We do too, Stephanie! "Home for a Bunny" is one our personal favs!

Qpitts said...

My daughter is almost 15 months old and we would love to read these books to her!

Shakeia Rieux said...

My nieces read anything with the Disney princesses

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

She would probably love these books! :-) Thank you for entering!

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

You can't go wrong with anything Disney. :-) We have a Nemo/Dory and Mickey fan here!

Angelica Cassandra Dimeo said...

My son loves Goodnight Moon :)

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

It's such a cute book! Thank you for entering!

Madison Zimmerman said...

I love reading the Pout Pout Fish books!

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Oh wow, I've never heard of those books until now. My son loves anything with marine creatures, so I am definitely going to grab some of these. Thank you for sharing, Madison!

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