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Sunday, November 17, 1996

  December 2009 Family Choice   

Product Description


A collection of 365 daily devotions that

that center on topics that pertain to toddlers

up to pre-school aged children. Each day has

a verse, story and prayer. Illustrated with

child friendly graphics and full of charm.

Product information


Hard covered

for ages 3-5

385 pages

Tyndale Kids

ISBN 978-1-4143-3445-5

Suggested retail price $14.99 USA


Publishers Description

Publisher's Description

Watch your young children grow

in their understanding of God as you

meet with him together using this One

Year devotional. Each reading pairs a

Little Blessings illustration with a short

Bible verse and devotional thought that

gets you and your child talking about the

simple truths of Scripture. A fun, rhyming

prayer completes each devotional. A great

way to get young children interacting with

Scripture daily


Michelle Says

I grew up in a deeply religious house

and this took me home but with more

softness. My family was much more

strict. The book is chalk filled with

Nano Stories that bring about good

feelings and happy thoughts.

I loved that it was written in an

easy to read format that though

it is meant to be read to kids

can easily become an early reader

for them to tackle on their own a

few years later. The verse is

prevalent for each little story

and inspiring. The story is

perfect for young attention spans

and the prayer is so simple

any child can repeat it and

take something away from

the experience.


John Say's

I did not grow up in a religious

household and do not know any

of the verses of prayers but I

though it was cute and taught

good values and is great for

teaching kids what is right

and what is wrong. It is quick

to read too so even when I am

busy I can get in a story or two

and the story's are broken up

enough and vary just the right

amount where I can read as

long as or as little as I want

to my kids without them feeling

like we are stopping at a point

where they are left hanging.

The little prayers are cool

and to the point of be nice,

be good and other little

morals parents struggle

with teaching their kids

now a days.


Andrew says

It reminds me of the story's

Grandma Great used to read.

I liked it!

Picture I used on cards

Picture I used on cards
Rowan with soap hair