My Grandma and Me : Rhyming Devotions for You and Your Grandchild
Author: Crystal Bowman
2013 SELAH Award winner, Children's category.
My Grandma and Me is the book every grandmother wants to share with her toddler-age grandchildren. Each devotion includes a scripture, a rhyme explaining the theme of the verse, and an interactive song or prayer. In addition to the fun yet faith-filled words, children will enjoy the sweet full-color art throughout the book that has a nostalgic tone for Grandma. The book closes with additional scriptures grandma can use to pass along her faith: the Lord’s Prayer, Ten Commandments, 23rd Psalm, Beatitudes, and a special prayer for her grandchildren. This delightful book will not only become Grandmother's favorite, but it will leave a lasting and important impression on the faith development of many toddlers.
The introduction of the book also gives grandmothers who are far-away from their grandkids tips on using the book via phone or Skype.
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
68Pages / Publication Date: 20121001
Subject: JNF049120-JUVENILE NONFICTION / Religious / Christian / Devotional & Prayer,JNF049210-JUVENILE NONFICTION / Religious / Christian / Family & Relationships,JNF049310-JUVENILE NONFICTION / Religious / Christian / Values & Virtues
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