Item description for My First Book of Prayers by Stephanie McFetridge Britt...
Overview This little book, with its simple words and bright watercolor illustrations, introduces young children to their first prayers. From prayers of gratitude for the world God has made to prayers to say at bedtime, children will quickly learn how easy it is to talk to God.
Publishers Description Suitable for ages 3 to 6 years, this book, with its simple words and bright watercolour illustrations, introduces young children to their first prayers.
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Studio: Ideals Children's Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.96" Width: 8" Height: 0.1" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2007
Publisher IDEALS PUBLICATIONS #355
Grade Level Multiple Grades
ISBN 0824955706 ISBN13 9780824955700
Availability 0 units.
More About Stephanie McFetridge Britt
Stephanie McFetridge Britt currently resides in the state of Hawaii.
Reviews - What do customers think about My First Book of Prayers?
We like this book Jul 1, 2009
My toddler likes looking at this book. It's not his favorite but he does enjoy looking at the pictures while I read. As far as the content, the book is very basic and seems to stick to God instead of going in to a specific religion. That was important to me when purchasing this book. The pictures also show children of different races. Also important to me. It's a simple book that helps teach children how to be thankful for the every day things. We like it here.
Great prayers for little ears to hear and learn Jul 18, 2001
The prayers in this book are simple and meaningful for small children to learn. The content of the prayers is simple, easy to understand, and the words are just right for little ones. These prayers go beyond the "God is Great" prayer and help children learn they can pray for more than just food! The colorful pictures keep the attention of little eyes, and it seems almost every child could find themself somewhere in the book. It is also great to include a poem-like prayer by Emerson. The book progresses through the day, ending with prayers to say at night. Read this book with your child! Learn the prayers with your child, and say them together at night. Take the time to pray!