Item description for What Is Easter? by Michelle Medlock Adams & Amy Wummer...
Overview This title is suitable for children of ages 18 months to 3 years. Here is a book for toddlers that resolves the dilemma many parents have as they attempt to reconcile their religious faith with the secular celebration of Easter.
Publishers Description Aims to resolve the dilemma many parents have as they attempt to reconcile their religious faith with the secular celebration of Easter. This title is suitable for children of ages 18 months to 3 years.
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Studio: Candy Cane Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 5.75" Height: 4.75" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2006
Publisher Ideals Publications
Grade Level Pre School
ISBN 0824966392 ISBN13 9780824966393
Availability 0 units.
More About Michelle Medlock Adams & Amy Wummer
Michelle Medlock Adams began her career in journalism; but when she had two children of her own, she quickly turned to writing children s books, including the successful What Is... series for Ideals Children s Books. Michelle has two grown daughters and lives in Bedford, Indiana, with her husband, Jeff."
Michelle Medlock Adams currently resides in Fort Worth, in the state of Texas. Michelle Medlock Adams was born in 1960.
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Reviews - What do customers think about What Is Easter??
Best Easter Book Ever! May 17, 2008
My mother-in-law gave "What is Easter?" to my daughter two years ago. I held my breath when I read it the first time. Would this book attack my faith in Jesus? I wasn't sure.
I was happily surprised. Michelle Medlock Adams explains what Easter's all about in kid-friendly terms. It's a fun, gentle book that shows it's okay to eat chocolate bunnies on Easter and buy a new outfit, but that's not the point of Easter. Jesus is the point. It's now my favorite children's Easter book. I've even brought it with me to doctor's offices and read it aloud to my kids.
Too Religious, Also Written for Girls Mar 29, 2008
I bought this for my two-year-olds for Easter, and it's way too religious. It describes Jesus' death and ressurrection in bizarre, hard-to-understand terms. "He had to die upon a tree." "He wants to live inside of you and fill you with his love." This is not the kind of descriptions toddlers can understand. The rest of the book is poorly written, and is from a little girl's point of view, having her describe her Easter hats. If you're looking for a nice Easter book, I wouldn't recommend buying this one.
Excelent explanation of traditions and truth Sep 26, 2007
This is a cute book that explains in a kid friendly way that it's okay to believe in the Easter bunny and to like other things about Easter, but that the real reason for Easter is "all about God's Son".
Great Books for Young Children Sep 18, 2007
We have all of the holiday books in this series and we love them. The illustrations are so cute and the stories are perfect for young children learning about holidays and the Christian faith.
Favorite Easter Book! Mar 2, 2007
This is my two-year-old's favorite Easter book. He enjoys the rhymes and pictures. I like it because our family celebrates all the Easter traditions (egg hunts, the Easter bunny, etc), but I want my children to know that the true meaning of Easter is our Lord's resurrection!