Thursday, November 24, 2016

Christmas Love Letters from God

I've got another book review for you-just in time for Christmas!  Author Glenys Nellist and Illustrator Rachel Clowes created this book filled with seven Bible stories of the Christmas story.  Even though this book might be younger than my 9-year old, she still liked reading it, and lifting the flaps at the end of each mini Bible story!  I liked reading the letters from God at the end of each Bible story and filling in my daughter's name.  It was almost as if God was speaking the words directly to her.  I also liked the illustrations.  My daughter said that she thought it was designed to look kind of like a scrapbook-very unique!


For more information, check out these links:
Zondervan Website
Amazon
YouTube

If you would would like a copy of this book for your family's library, leave me a comment on this post telling me one of your favorite Christmas traditions, OR one of your favorite Christmas stories you like to read.  I will randomly be choosing a winner on November 30th.


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3 comments:

Aleena Grosjean said...

I love doing the Lego Advent calendar with my boys. They make a new one each year and all four boys share in the joy of opening each day's toy and putting it together. Highly recommend. :)

jennifer4953 said...

I like the idea of the letters after each story! Our favorite book to read is called Too Many Toys. It always leads to the kids filling a big bag of older toys to donate to other kids!

Stacey Turner said...

We buy the kids each a special ornament each year. We try to tie it in to something they did that year, an interest of theirs, a favorite book at that time, etc. We can always look back at them and remember what they were like at that age. I have a special box for each of their ornaments and hope to give them the ornaments when they are older for their own trees.