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  • Celebrating My Baptism

    $14.99

    The perfect gift for any child being baptized, with prayers, hymns, scriptures and more to help joyfully welcome them into God’s family!

    This beautifully illustrated book with ribbon marker and presentation page includes timeless hymns, poems, prayers, Bible verses, and child-friendly explanations about baptism, the Holy Trinity, God the Father, Jesus the Son, the Holy Spirit, and more. As the perfect for any baby or child’s special baptism or christening day, the entire family of God can celebrate with a child and their parents by giving this well-written, thoughtful keepsake at the start of any spiritual journey.

    This sweet book will be treasured for years as it shares the knowledge of God’s love as a starting point to faith and a warm welcome to the community of believers. With biblically sound text, this book does not need to be read straight through, yet every page points to the relevance of being part of a church family and how baptized people can enjoy peace and forgiveness every day.

    Celebrating My Baptism contains:

    *Timeless favorites of the Christian faith including The Lord’s Prayer, Psalm 23, Jesus Loves Me, and more

    *Child-friendly explanations of church terms such as baptism, the Holy Trinity, communion and more, appropriate for ages 0-8

    *Bible verses that encourage faith development and memorization

    *Easy-to-understand life application around the significance of baptism, the Bible, and the church family

    *Bright and warm illustrations

    A presentation page and a ribbon marker, 5.75 by 7 inches

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  • King Who Found His Self Control

    $18.99

    This fun fable teaches children the importance of having self-control and explains how true change–the kind only the great King Jesus can bring–always starts in our hearts.

    In the city of Thad, no one is more powerful than King Ira. But Thad has a big problem: Their king has no self-control. When Ira’s anger leads to destruction, Lady Wisdom points the wayward king back to Jesus. After confessing his sins, King Ira is free to serve his people with love, care, and yes, self-control.

    More than just a cute bedtime story, King Ira’s tale can lead to meaningful talks with your children about our everyday battle with sin and how we can ask God to help us resist the temptation to act out. This and other great suggestions for family discussions are included in the back of the book.

    The King Who Found His Self-Control will engage your children and equip you to teach your young ones more about how King Jesus can rule in their hearts.

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  • 1 Of A Kind

    $18.99

    For fans of All-of-a-Kind Family, here is the true story of how Sarah Brenner, a poor girl from New York City’s Lower East Side, became Sydney Taylor: dancer, actress, and successful children’s book author.

    Sarah Brenner might have come from an all-of-a-kind family (five sisters who all dressed alike), but she was always one of a kind. Growing up in a Jewish immigrant family on New York’s impoverished Lower East Side, Sarah loved visiting the library, celebrating holidays with her family, and taking free dance classes at the Henry Street Settlement. But she was always aware of things that weren’t fair–whether it was that women couldn’t vote, or how girls were treated in her school, or that her parents had had to leave Europe because they were Jewish. When she grew up, Sarah changed her name to Sydney and became an actress and a dancer, but she never forgot the importance of fighting unfairness, whether it was anti-Semitism at her job or the low wages of workers. And when her daughter complained that it wasn’t fair that there were no books about Jewish children like her, Sydney put pen to paper and wrote a one-of-a-kind children’s book.

    From well-known Jewish children’s author Richard Michelson, this is the story of how Sarah became Sydney and how she showed children the joy of seeing their culture reflected on the page.

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  • Where Is Poppy

    $18.99

    In this heartwarming Passover story, a young Jewish child learns to work through grief with the help of family, memory, and tradition.

    It’s Passover time and everything seems the same, but there’s one major problem. Poppy is gone. And it’s just not Passover without Poppy. Mama says he’s still here, and Aunty says to keep looking, but where? This young child searches and searches but can’t find Poppy anywhere.

    All of Poppy’s favorite people are here though, and so are the special traditions he taught them. Suddenly she starts to realize that maybe, just maybe, Poppy is here, too…and always will be.

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  • 365 Talks With Jesus

    $14.99

    Share the best talk your child has all day.

    In 365 Talks with Jesus, you’ll find prayers to share with your preschooler at any time of day, with helpful sections for different needs and emotions, such as “When I Am AFRAID” and “When I Have to Do HARD THINGS.” Each short prayer can be read aloud by the parent and includes a final line for the child to repeat before saying, “Amen.” These 365 prayers will help preschoolers develop the simple habit of talking with Jesus. Spend a few sweet minutes praying with your little one, and let it become your favorite talk of the day!

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  • Bible Atlas : A Pictorial Guide To The Holy Lands

    $20.00

    Discover where events in the Old and New Testaments took place and see how people lived in Biblical times in this illustrated guide.

    Take a trip around the Holy Land with this collection of beautifully drawn maps, which show where events from the Bible took place.

    Introducing The Bible Atlas – a beautifully illustrated guide to the geography, events and people of the Old and New Testaments for children aged 9-12. In illustrated guide, follow the journeys of the patriarchs, view inside Solomon’s Temple, witness Jesus’ miracles, and see exactly where Paul traveled while spreading the message of Christianity.

    Dive straight into this pictorial Bible guide for kids, offering:

    – An illustrated guide to key events of the Old and New Testaments for children.
    – A variety of maps showing in detail where events from the Bible took place.
    – An original and retro-feel illustration style combined with modern fonts, which creates a different approach compared to photographic or CGI-based books.

    As well as recapping many of the stories from both the Old and New Testaments, each page in this Bible guide provides additional information, illustrations, and photos explaining how people lived, who ruled the lands, and what places look like today. The information is presented in a visual and accessible way for children to grasp, immersing themselves in each map as they follow the stories and read summaries from the Bible.

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  • Gods Little Astronomer

    $12.99

    Blast off to space and discover how every part of the universe–the planets, the stars, asteroids, meteoroids, and more–display God’s glory, creativity, and, most important, his love for you and me!

    In God’s Little Astronomer, author and educator Tina Cho invites young readers to blast off to see God’s creation in the heavens. From the sun, moon, stars, constellations, and comets, this out-of-this-world introduction to space will teach budding astronomers new words, facts, and concepts, while also encouraging them to see God throughout the universe, and reinforcing the message that the same God loves them too.

    Each page includes fact-filled sidebars plus an accompanying Bible verse, making God’s Little Astronomer the perfect combination of faith and science for budding scientists.

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  • Where Is Jerusalem

    $16.99

    Learn all about Jerusalem–a sacred city in the Middle East that has existed for over five thousand years.

    From the #1 New York Times Best-Selling Who Was? series comes Where Is?, a series that tells the stories of world-famous landmarks and natural wonders and features a fold-out map!

    In 2005, a group of construction workers in Jerusalem made an incredible discovery. Underneath the parking lot they were digging up lay an ancient city that was built in the tenth century! Three years later, gold coins from an even earlier century were found at the site. The city of Jerusalem is like a layer cake of history–more than five thousand years of complicated history–all of which author Ellen Morgan explains clearly and objectively in this illustrated book.

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  • Politeness

    $10.99

    Gramps loves to play his violin, but unfortunately, he isn’t very good! Brother, Sister and Honey Bear learn that being polite is more than just saying ‘Please’ and ‘Thank you’ in this humorous Berenstain Bears Gifts of the Spirit storybook!

    Kids ages 3 to 7 will enjoy this sweet, faith-based story filled with fun, colorful illustrations-it’s the perfect read-aloud for any day! The Berenstain Bears Gifts of the Spirit series celebrates the joy of faith, family, and friends-values essential to a wholesome and fulfilling life!

    This 32-page hardcover storybook, created by Mike Berenstain, son of Stan and Jan Berenstain, includes a soon-to-be classic story about being polite. When Gramps finds his old violin, the cubs are happy to listen. But when they hear Gramps play, they must learn how to choose kind words and be polite!

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  • Gods Big Promises Easter Sticker And Activity Book

    $7.99

    Using vibrant illustrations and simple, faithful teaching from God’s Big Promises Bible Storybook, this activity book features over 60 stickers and 16 pages of puzzles, games, and other activities.

    It will help kids to interact with the Easter story and learn all about Palm Sunday, the Last Supper, Gethsemane, the cross, the empty tomb, and Jesus’ resurrection appearances.

    Perfect for kids aged 3-7.

    Written by Carl Laferton, author of The Garden, The Curtain and The Cross and God’s Big Promises Bible Storybook.

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  • Peg Gets Crackin

    $17.99

    Time to get crackin’!

    Peg is perfectly content within the safe, contained shell of her egg. While her siblings hatch around her, she imagines all the scary things waiting in the outside world–things that make her happy to stay an egg.

    But even Peg must hatch. She grows, and grows, and one day . . . CRACK! Peg takes her first hesitant steps into the big, frightening world and discovers . . . the world isn’t so bad after all. In fact, it’s actually pretty wonderful!

    Bursting with spirit and humor, Peg Gets Crackin’ is packed with entertaining illustrations and perfect for read-aloud storytime. Young readers will giggle at Peg’s antics and resonate with her journey to conquer her fears. You never know what exciting adventures are waiting just outside of your shell!

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  • Easter On The Farm

    $17.99

    Spring is here, and the farm is waking up to new life!

    A young girl and her family are ready to celebrate the new life of spring. She meets baby animals, helps prepare the garden for planting, and collects pussy willows by the marsh. As they get ready to host a community Easter egg hunt on the farm, the family also decorates eggs with natural dyes and makes funny gifts from egg shells and grass.

    From the bestselling author of Thanksgiving in the Woods and A Simple Christmas on the Farm, this bright, hopeful story invites readers to gather and celebrate the beauty of spring. Backmatter includes handmade Easter craft activities, including coloring eggs with natural dyes and making eggshell critters. Easter on the Farm is the fourth in the Countryside Holiday series.

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