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    Don’t Close Your Eyes

    Not exactly the message you would expect for a bedtime story! But this silly twist on the usual bedtime routine of drifting off to sleep, may be exactly the fun your little one will relish. A perfect length for the young crowd, this book, written in rhyme, woos the listener to STAY AWAKE and NOT TO CLOSE THEIR EYES. Bob Hostetler’s humor shines through the text throwing down the gauntlet of the bedtime challenge to sleep or not to sleep. Avoiding sleep is the goal of many a child. The narrator of Don’t Close Your Eyes, seems to fully agree with them – reverse psychology at it’s best! “You know…

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    The Friend Who Forgives

    Many of us, identify with the failings of Peter, boisterous and headstrong, speaking before thinking, – a bull in the china shop. Yet, in the face of our sin, we become timid to allow the love and forgiveness of Jesus to wash over us. Are we worthy of forgiveness? Does Jesus still love us? We are afraid of the answer. The Friend Who Forgives provides us wonderful assurance through the life of Peter. Within it’s pages, we discover the power of Jesus’ love, the power of repentance, and the power of FORGIVENESS for all who trust in Him. The Friend Who Forgives follows Peter’s life from the time when Jesus…

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    Holy Week

    Holy Week is a beautifully illustrated board book covering the days and events of Holy Week. The book is intended to be a primer to teach emotions, and ties each event, to the prevailing emotion felt by the characters at that moment. Holy Week starts with the Triumphal Entry and ends with Jesus and the disciples in the Upper Room. Danielle Hitchen includes scripture for each scene staying true to the Biblical account.

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    and then it’s spring

    If you love books celebrating the seasons of the earth, this one is for you. The text is simple, gentle, and unassuming, just like this special time of year. A little boy, with his pets, the dog, the bunny and the turtle, plant seeds in the earth in the “brown” of late Winter. They patiently wait for rain and signs of growth and the “green” of Spring to arrive. The precious seeds hit some bumps in the road, as the groggy bears stomp them, and the songbirds feast on them, but eventually the miracle of growth materializes and Spring arrives in all of its “greenness.”

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    He Is Risen

    Palm Sunday. Jesus rides into the city of Jerusalem on a donkey’s colt. The people shout praises and lay their coats on the road before Him. Waving palm branches they shout, “Blessed is the King who comes in the name of the Lord.” Offended. The religious leaders tell Jesus to rebuke the people. They advise him NOT to accept the proclamation of Coming King, but Jesus sets it straight – “I tell you that if these should keep silent, the STONES would immediately cry out!” – Jesus Luke 19:40 NKJV vs 28-40 In this BEAUTIFUL Book – The STONES CRY OUT! This is the story of Easter Week, simply told,…