Item description for God and Me! 2 Ages 10-12: Devotions for Girls Ages 10-12 (God And Me #2) by Jeanette Dall & Linda Washington...
Overview Outdoor garden or indoor garden? Tomatoes or flowers? Herbs or lettuce? Kids will find out how to grow all types of gardens from start to finish. And as they plant their garden, they will read Scripture and devotions that will help them to grow in Christ as they grow their plants. Ages 8-12.
Publishers Description You loved our best-selling God and Me devotional series just for girls. Now it's back with even more stories and activities to help you grow closer to God and learn about his special plan for your life. Get started today
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Studio: Legacy Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.92" Width: 6.2" Height: 0.56" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2006
Publisher LEGACY PRESS #555
Grade Level Middle School
Series God And Me
Series Number 2
ISBN 1584110562 ISBN13 9781584110569
Availability 18 units. Availability accurate as of May 24, 2017 12:48.
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Reviews - What do customers think about God And Me! V2: Devotions For Girls (Ages 10-12)?
Awesome Devotion Book! Sep 24, 2007
I ordered this book for my daughter for her 11th birthday. When she received it, she was thrilled. She looked through it and said it was "awesome." When she did her first daily devotion in it, she came and thanked me again and told me it was "totally awesome." She said the devotions are great, but there are also questions, places to journal, puzzles, and various activities in the book. I again stated to her that I wanted her to make sure and do her devotion time every single day. Then she told me it would not be a problem at all. . .I wouldn't even have to remind her, because she was looking so forward to doing the devotions in this book that she couldn't wait for the next day when it was time to do her devotion! Need I say more?