Item description for The One Year Book of Fun and Active Devotions for Kids (One Year) by Lightwave & Livingstone...
Overview This children's devotional contains 365 lessons for families, each beginning with real questions children have asked. Questions are followed by answers that are supported by Bible verses. Themes of the devotions include God, the Bible, right from wrong, Heaven and angels, money matters, the world, prayer, friends and school.
Publishers Description "The One Year Book of Fun & Active Devotions for Kids" contains 365 devotionals for families, each beginning with a real question asked by a real kid. Questions are followed by a Bible verse and an answer. Based on the eight books in the Questions Children Ask series.
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Producers: Lightwave, Livingstone
Studio: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.98" Width: 6.06" Height: 1" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2000
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
Grade Level Grade School
Series One Year
ISBN 084231976X ISBN13 9780842319768 UPC 031809019764
Availability 0 units.
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Just what I was looking for! Jun 30, 2003
I am excited about this book and wanted to get a review out on it right away. The book is a devotion per day which consists of a bible verse, a short story/example that elaborates on God's message in the verse, and a short activity where the child can put the lesson into practice. Each devotion is short - 1 page per day, and the activites are simple (no elaborate materials needed) and may be simply making a phone call or drawing a picture. I think it will be great for my 4 yr old over the next year!
I am planning to actually read the verse from the bible, though, rather than from the book, so she knows where it is coming from and to introduce her to reading the bible.