I am excited to review and give away another product for Big Idea Entertainment! I get offers from a decent amount of products to review, and don't always say yes. But I love the Christian family values that Big Idea stands for. The DVD I gave away last fall had great adoption themes, and I know Eli already enjoys the VeggieTales songs interludes in the video. He bops along and smiles, and I can't wait for him to be able to understand the Christian messages in their products, too.
This devotional is the first VeggieTales book I have seen. I know there are quite a few, I just have never taken the time to look. This little book is TERRIFIC.
I think it is just absolutely adorable. It is a year's worth of one-page devotional lessons for girls. As I was reading through a selection of them, I was tearing up picturing doing nightly devotions with Eli and his siblings. I think this little book would be a great starter for girls, a fun way to introduce the concept of a daily devotional time. Each page has a verse (or occasionally a quote from people like Charles Swindoll), an explanation of the verse with some questions, a "Tip for the Day," and ends with a prayer.
I think the age range for this book would be preschool, to start. Three- and four-year olds would be able to understand some of the concepts during a readaloud with a parent. Moving into early elementary school, the reading level is perfect in this book for early readers to go through it on their own.
This book retails for $9.99 on Amazon.
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(Writer received no compensation for this review other than a complimentary sample of the book)