March 30, 2016

Precious Moments ~ My Noah's Ark Storybook by Jean Fischer Review and GIVEAWAY

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Noah's Ark is a Bible story that many children enjoy reading and learning about. My son is always thrilled when we pull up any book even related to the story. Maybe it's the animals, maybe it's the ark–it could also be a combination of both. One thing's for sure, this story offers the perfect lesson for little ones, teaching them how important it is to obey God and have faith, no matter what. That's why I am so happy to be sharing a new book with my readers, the Precious Moments My Noah's Ark Storybook.

Since 1978, Precious Moments has grown into an evergreen brand recognized worldwide, with more than 12.5 million books and bibles sold through Thomas Nelson. Join Noah on his big adventure with a boatload of animals! Full of fun rhymes, songs, prayers, and scriptures—combined with delightful illustrations from Precious Moments—this book is like a trip to the zoo paired with a powerful message of God’s love. Help your child learn one of the most beloved Bible stories and discover the promises God makes to each of His children.

Jean Fischer is a professional writer with a solid background in publishing. While working as a senior editor and creative manager at Golden Books' Activity Products and Audio divisions, she managed the creative development of activity books and award-winning audio/book products. As a freelance writer, Jean has co-written with Christian celebrities Sheila Walsh, Thomas Kinkade, John MacArthur, John C. Maxwell, and she recently compiled stories for The Jesus Calling Bible Storybook written by best-selling author, Sarah Young. She writes Christian devotionals for adults as well as children's picture books, board books, nonfiction books, and K-6 Language Arts workbooks and textbooks. She also creates promotional material for a leading fast-food restaurant, consults on new product development, and mentors young writers. Her recent projects include Precious Moments, God Watches Over Me for Thomas Nelson and Jesus, I Need You published by Zondervan.

I'm such a fan of Jean Fischer's writing. Some of you may remember her endearing tale of a mother bear's love for her cub in I Prayed For You. I am so pleased to have had the opportunity to receive her latest book, Precious Moments My Noah's Ark Storybook!

This sturdy little board book has the perfect design for little ones with a thick padded cover and rounded corners. Each passage in the book is fun and easy to read. Not only does it contain special short stories about Noah's Ark, but it also offers tons of prayers, scripture, and even songs–all related to this very popular story in the Bible. Throughout the passages, children will learn about God's creations, His love, and even a few other things–like how much work Noah had just keeping the animals on the ark clean and fed. Two of each animal, now that's a lot of upkeep!

I can't forget to mention those adorable Precious Moments characters! The book is full of those classic, charming pastel illustrations that we all know and love, including sweet little animals, children playing, and of course Noah and the ark. 

If you have a little Noah's Ark fan in your life, then this is one that you're going to want to pick up for their book collection. Precious Moments My Noah's Ark Storybook will not only remind young children that God is with them, but that He will always be there to take care of them.

 I am blessed to also have the opportunity to offer a giveaway for this "precious" (pun intended) children's book. One Our Everyday Harvest reader will receive a copy of the Precious Moments My Noah's Ark Storybook.


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Jean Fischer said...

Thanks for an awesome review! I really enjoyed writing this book.

tickmenot said...

The fact that the sun will be in the sky everyday (maybe not always shining brightly), or the way God may the earth so that plants can grow so we have food to eat. So called little things that are taken for granted, but are really important! - Becky

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

You're very welcome, Jean. Thank you so much for stopping by to read my review. We always enjoy your books! :-)

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

That is so beautiful and SO VERY TRUE, Becky! It's the little things that we sometimes overlook. Thank you for sharing! :-)

tickmenot said...

Thanks Kelly, blessings! - Becky

allysmama said...

I talk to them about all the beautiful things in our world. How there is a season for everything, and that everything grows and changes, the seasons, animals, flowers, and us

Melanie Waters Schemanski said...

By teaching them that it is in Gods timing. Watch for opportunities to track prayer requests and a watch Him answer!

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Awesome! I was only recently introduced to prayer journals, but it's such a great way to keep track of our prayers. Thank you for sharing, Melanie! :-)

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

That's beautiful! It's so nice to be able to talk about all of God's many creations and how He makes everything function around us. Thank you so much for sharing! :-)

FIBERONE said...

Talk about the beauty and wonder of God's creation. Teach them to pray, Most of all show your children by example.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Thank you for sharing...these are all awesome! Teaching by example is so important, especially since our children are always observing our own actions. :-)

Laura said...

You can remind the little ones in your life about faith by showing them the importance of prayer and trusting in God's will.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Love are so right! Thank you for sharing! :-)

ColleenMarie said...

My kids have a hard time with storms sometimes especially at night. We usually pray that God will watch over them, and allow them to sleep soundly even though it is storming outside. Many times when they wake up in the morning, they thank God for a good nights sleep.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Awwww that's really they wake up and thank God. I can definitely see how this book would be fitting for them, given the theme. :-)

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