Monday, February 9, 2015

Words to Dream On - Children's Book Review and Giveaway

I received book for review.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.

Start a bedtime Bible story tradition with your little ones tonight!

Young children thrive on routine and rituals, and a Bible story at bedtime is one of the best routines to establish! A combination Bible storybook and book of prayers, Words to Dream On is the perfect bedtime storybook for young children, with a “once upon a time” voice that is also true to God’s Word. Over 50 stories—from the Old and New Testaments—create an overview of the entire story arc of the Bible. Stories are selected and retold for young children with a focus on God’s love, care, protection, trustworthiness, and power.

Each story includes an engaging title, a Bedtime Blessing (a short summary thought), Words to Dream On (a brief Bible verse), and a Sleepy-Time Prayer (a good-night prayer tied to the theme of the story). The book also includes a short letter to parents that includes tested ideas for establishing a good bedtime routine with young children and tips for reading aloud to children at bedtime.

My Review:

Many of us are familiar with popular Bible stories, such as the creation of Earth and Noah's Ark.  Words to Dream On beautifully tells these stories and more in a way that children can understand.  The stories are thorough, but each one can be read in less than half an hour.  At the end of each story is a short prayer and bedtime blessing.  Each story also shows the Bible verse that it corresponds with.  The illustrations are entrancingly colorful and radiant.  Words to Dream On is a wonderful book to read to your children at bedtime to build upon the foundation of faith and prayer.  This is a hardcover book with 224 pages.

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14 comments:

VickeC said...

that would be Jesus Mother Mary

Renee said...

Jesus Himself!

Matt S. said...

I would have to say Job. What an example of humility and faith.

Linda Moffitt said...

Noah because he built the big ark

Ken Ohl said...

Moses I find very interesting. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

Lisa Ann said...

Ruth is one of my favorite people in the Bible.

rubynreba said...

I like so many but always liked Paul and all his writing.

Xty C said...

My favorite would be Moses

Sue Hull said...

I'd have to say Jesus. Thank you for the awesome giveaway :)

Sara Rowe said...

The Apostle Paul

Nancy said...

Jesus is my favorite person in the Bible.

Nancy
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Rebecca Parsons said...

One of my favorite people from the Bible is Moses.

Leela said...

Noah.

lilyk said...

My favorite Bible character is Esther.