The 1 yr Devotions for Preschoolers ( Review)
Having grown up reading a devotional daily, I was prayerfully waiting to find the right devotional for my little boy.He has a good vocabulary for a 2.5 yr old and can say the first 4 verses of Psalm 23 with some prompts. So naturally, I was eager to introduce him to the concept of a devotional and hoping that he will find the treasures of knowing God more through it.
I was so pleased to receive a review copy of " The One Year Devotions for Preschoolers". Written by Carla Barnhill, perfectly for tiny minds and wow the illustrations are the sweetest! Elena Kucharik seemingly knows what will captivate and keep the attention of a child. It is quite challenging to illustrate spiritual concepts for very young children. Children do tend to look at pictures more than words. But Elena has done a magnificent job!
A devotional with a theme "Do your best" has 2 children in cute overalls and an apron trying to bake a cake and there is batter on the flour and of course an egg ( broken). To top it all, one sweet child has a timer in his hand to bake it to the minute! Totally adorable and made me smile !
Everyday has a title, a verse, a short paragraph and 2 closing lines that the child can repeat. The short paragraph is simple enough for a preschooler to understand.What better time than now to begin a devotional and make it a journey for the year! I love the time I spend with my son reading to him from his little Bible and teaching him to pray.
If you have a preschooler at home, go ahead and invest a few but worthy dollars in this wonderful devotional and see your child learn to love God!
Buy it from Tyndale Publishers for $14.99
(Disclaimer: I was provided a review copy from Tyndale Publishers.I was not monetarily compensated for this review. Please note that the review was not influenced by the Sponsor in any way.All opinions expressed here are only my own.)