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Journey, Easter Journey just $1.99 for Kindle!
As the second book in author Dandi Mackall’s seasonal series, Journey, Easter Journey! presents the biblical story of Christ’s life, death, and resurrection in a way that is engaging and appropriate for young children. Mackall’s first book in the series was Off to Plymouth Rock! Great for kids age 3-7, this short, poetic verse with brilliant illustrations is lighthearted but filled with reverence for the sacrifice Christ paid. This story presents the life of Christ as a journey, beginning in Bethlehem with His birth, then moving on to His life in Nazareth and Galilee, telling about His Father’s love. Finally, Christ’s journey to Calvary, and the wondering if this was His journey’s end. But indeed it wasn’t the end, as His journey continued with His resurrection and ascension. This short verse concludes with the encouragement that someday we can all journey on to heaven and be together with Christ. Perfect for Easter story-telling or for using as a teaching tool with homeschoolers.
Journey, Easter Journey
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We have read many of these beautiful books that always teach character. We also enjoy the audio dramas!
From the Lamplighter Publishing site:
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adolescence and adulthood. Perseverance, courage, hope, loyalty, humility—these are the qualities to emulate, these are the traits to pursue. Though life isn’t always fair, we can be confident that each disappointment and trial is designed by a
loving God for our good.
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I really enjoy our afternoon reading time. I read aloud to the kids after lunch and it is always a cherished time. Here are some of our all time favorites from the past few years that we have all enjoyed.
This is one of my all time favorite read alouds. It is a beautiful story and I love the themes. Don’t miss this one!
Little Pilgrim’s Progress: From John Bunyan’s Classic
When we finished this book, we were all so sad it was over! This allegory is classic and we had some truly meaningful discussions each time we read this book. A must read.
Little House Series
We love this series- of course, because I am a Little House on the Prairie girl at heart 😉 Ah, the simple days…so much to be learned from that time period. We also love the TV series, and have gone through all the seasons!
The Chronicles of Narnia
We love this series and have also enjoyed listening to these as audio dramas.
Hinds’ Feet on High Places: Delightfully Illustrated and Arranged for Children
This is another beautiful allegory for all ages to enjoy. This edition comes with questions specifically for children to discuss.
George Muller: The Guardian of Bristol’s Orphans (Christian Heroes: Then & Now)
Our all time favorite biography of a man with so much faith, you can’t help but be inspired. Truly one of our very favorites.
The Hedge of Thorns (Rare Collector’s Series) or any Lamplighter books
We love many of these high quality and classic stories that have been republished. They have lovely lessons weaved throughout.
What are your favorite read alouds? I’d love to add to my list!