Children’s Books

Faith cultivators

Children’s Books | New books with Biblical truths
by Mary Jackson
Posted 10/21/20, 06:18 pm

WonderFull: Ancient Psalms Ever New by Marty Machowski: This book will help children use the Psalms as a guide to worship and prayer. It follows a young boy, Oliver, as he finds comfort and strength through the Psalms. Soft illustrations, short devotionals, and journaling prompts accompany each Psalm. Similarly to The Ology, Machowski masterfully helps children connect with deep truths and relate them to their life in light of Christ’s redemptive work.

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Colorful creatures

Children’s Books | Four picture books about animals
by Susan Olasky
Posted 10/08/20, 04:01 pm

Whoo-ku Haiku: A Great Horned Owl Storyby Maria Gianferrari: In this nonfiction book about great horned owls, Gianferrari limits herself to the haiku form. She covers a season in the owl life cycle: from nest renovation (owls don’t make their own nests, they steal from others), through egg-laying and hatching, to fledging and independence.

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Voices of the past

Children’s Books | Nonfiction reads for all ages
by Kristin Chapman
Posted 9/24/20, 11:23 am

Saving the Countryside by Linda Elovitz Marshall: In this book, Marshall chronicles the experiences that shaped Beatrix Potter into the artist and author best known for her beloved books about Peter Rabbit and friends. With perseverance and savvy business skills, Potter published 23 little books and sold them at lower prices so families could afford to buy them. Later in her life she grew concerned about the growing urbanization of the idyllic countryside that inspired so much of her work.

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