I absolutely fell in love with the first book that I held in my hands written by Hannah C. Hall. It is called Would a Worm go on a Walk? You can read my review here. God Bless You & Good Night is just as precious. Beautiful rhymes paired with absolutely charming artwork. It is soft… relaxing…. dreamy!Read More
Bonnie Rickner Jensen and Natalie Moore have teamed up once again with another hit that you will want in your nursery. A Very Happy Easter Prayer is a sweet snuggle up read. It is full of spring and sunshine, an adorable family of rabbits, and a simple prayer to our creator God. It is overcast, snowy, and dreary here in Missoula, Montana and my heart is grateful for the refreshing ray of sunshine that A Very Happy Easter Prayer has brought into my day.Read More
This books has both pros and cons. Please stop by the blog and read the full review.Read More
I have loved all three of the children's board books that I have read and reviewed by Bonnie Rickner Jensen to date. I pray that there are many more coming. My kids have loved them too (including my 18-year-old!). My family and I have given each of them a solid 5-star rating. The board books are just so God-honoring, sweetly written, and down-right adorable. A Very Thankful Prayer is no exception. A perfect book to snuggle up with your toddler, or your teen, to read during the Thanksgiving season. And who says it just has to be at Thanksgiving... we can enjoy it all throughout the year.Read More
God Loves Daddy & Me and it’s companion book God Loves Mommy & Me just bring a smile to my face. God Loves Daddy & Me points out positive attributes of a God honoring father loving his child as THE Father loves them both. Laura Watkins’ illustrations bring such light and adorableness to the story. The raccoon daddy and child are so cute! You’ll love that the child is not stated as being male or female so daddy and son or daddy and daughter work equally well.Read More
Mommy loves me so much! She cheers me up when I’m sad, she kisses my boo-boos, she sings me lullabies at bedtime, and she prays for me. I love Mommy, and God does too!
Melissa Ohden’s story is tragic only in the sense that she was intended to be aborted and that she had to struggle through the heartbreak of that intent. In every other way her story soars as a living testimony to the majesty and glory of the Almighty God. God’s plan so far has included her surviving a saline abortion without any physical effects, He had her taken to the NICU by a sympathetic nurse rather than cast aside as trash, He provided her with an incredibly loving Christian family to adopt her, and He helped her to achieve her dream of reunification with a portion of her birth family. Most importantly, He has helped her to use her story to help other abortion survivors, those finding themselves in a crisis pregnancy, and those men and women who are suffering through the guilt, shame, and loss due to their decision to have an abortion.Read More