Would a Worm go on a Walk? written by Hannah C. Hall illustrated by Bill Bolton

What a priceless children's book!  I'm so in love with the absolutely adorable animals, the rhymes, and the affirmation of God's purposeful and perfect creation.  With no holds barred, I recommend that you find a copy at the library or from your favorite book vendor and enjoy this colorful, creative, Christian story with your favorite little one (or a brood of them).  This would make a wonderful addition to your churches toddler's ministry.

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Davis Bunn | list of novels and book series in chronological order

Davis Bunn is one of my all-time favorite authors!  I have been reading his books since I was in my early teens.  While creating this list I was going down memory lane; enjoying happy memories of my youth when I began reading the books that Bunn wrote with Janette Oke.  As I grew older I grew right along with his published works.  I am still reading his novels and I pray that he has a long writing career ahead of him.  I don't think that you would regret picking up one of his books to read... except it may affect your bank account as you will want to purchase more!

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The Best Christmas Gift Ever! (A VeggieTales Book) by Melinda Rumbaugh and Lisa Reed

The Best Christmas Gift Ever is an adorable rhyming VeggieTales story sharing that Jesus is the best Christmas gift of all.  Many of your child’s favorite Veggies are there in their bright, eye engaging, and fun colors.  A great addition to your Christmas collection for your little one.

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The Berenstain Bears Love One Another By Mike Berenstain

The Berenstain Bears books are quintessential children's books; sweet, with adorable artwork and a simple message.  Love One Another offers in a simplified manner ways in which the Bible scripture, John 13:34, can influence the actions and choices made by young children.

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The Berenstain Bears' Easter Blessings by Mike Berenstain

In The Berenstain Bears’ Easter Blessings our little cuties are encouraged to put first things first. To understand that candy and eggs come after the celebration of the reason for Easter worship. Most importantly, at the end of the story Preacher Brown shares the greatest blessing.

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