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Review: Look Inside the Time of Jesus

Sometimes kids find Bible stories difficult to understand because they don’t understand what life was like long ago.  Look Inside the Time of Jesus addresses this problem in an engaging way with colorful illustrations and many intriguing flaps to peek under. Beginning with Jesus’ birth, each two-page spread of this sturdy book illustrates everyday life […]

Review: Guess Who Noah’s Boat by Matt Mitter

This book looked so adorable that I agreed to review it even though I have no little ones of my own anymore. The book itself is as cute as its picture, and is so much fun.  Even the lion’s paws on the front cover flip down to show his face. Guess Who Noah’s Boat is […]

Review: Whatever I Want to Be by Young Avenue Kids

I always cringe when I notice little ones listening to beat-driven, raucous music.  There’s so much beautiful music in the world; why not let them listen to that?  That is why I’m thrilled to tell you about  Whatever I Want To Be by Young Avenue Kids. In this award-winning CD, Ilana Melmed and Young Avenue […]

The Rijksmuseum Collection in Amsterdam

When we lived in The Netherlands, my three little ones and I would often head to Amsterdam.  Since our railway pass gave us free admission to museums, we liked to visit a museum in the morning and then, of course, the zoo in the afternoon. We did not go to the Rijksmuseum frequently, but often […]

Review: Children in Church by Curt and Sandra Lovelace

When Curt and Sandra Lovelace, relatively new Christians, had their first child, they worshipped in a community (L’Abri, if I understand correctly) where infants were welcome in church. Then they moved to the US and discovered that not all churches wanted children in the worship services. This led them to study the Bible and then […]

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