Tuesday, March 22, 2016

I Can Learn To Pray/Children's Devotional Review

                                                       Product Details
I Can Learn To Pray is a fun, sweet devotional book for children.
The book contains 52 devotionals suggesting one devotional a week.

I enjoy the fact that it is current.  In the week 1 devotional it talks about how to communicate with God.  By cell phone, text message, sign language, or a walkie-talkie.  

The illustrations are fun and friendly.  

The 52 week devotions are divided into 7 sections:
1. Learning to Pray
2. Thank you Prayers
3 Wow Prayers
4 I'm Sorry Prayers
5 Help! Prayers
6 How to Listen
7 Jesus Prayers

Each devotional has questions and suggestions to do during the week and a simple prayers.  

This book is an excellent resource tool for families.  
It's recommended for ages 4-8.  I know my 7 year old grandson could read it.  I find it a little too much for the 4 year olds that I know.    I think it's best being a parent led devotional.  

It would also be an excellent resource for homeschool.  I could see activities to use through the whole week.  The actual prayers are short and would perfect for a writing lesson.  As well as learning the individual prayers.  

I highly recommend this fabulous book.  This would be the perfect gift for Easter.  

This book is the second from author Holly Hawkins Shivers.

Meet the Author

Holly Shivers is the author of I Can Learn the Bible and I Can Learn to Pray. Holly has served as a staff wife for over a decade at Prestonwood Baptist Church, where she stays involved in women's and children's ministries. She received her Master’s degree in counseling. Holly enjoys contributing to various writing projects and ministry blogs but is most passionate about writing to kids. Some of her favorite things are Dr. Pepper, rainy days, family time, and especially those Dallas Cowboys! Holly lives in Texas with her husband and four kids.

It is widely available and if your an Amazon Prime member you can receive it the next day.  

It is also available at Barnes and Noble  and Christian Book(dot)com.

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I wish to thank Tommy Nelson Publishers and the BookLook program for allowing me to review this book.
I received it free for writing my honest review.  I was not asked to write a positive review.

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