The Marvelous Mustard Seed by Amy-Jill Levine, Sandy Eisenberg Sasso

36758630A child plants a mustard seed in an empty garden. It is an itty-bitty seed. It isn’t anything special- yet.

Based on the parable of the mustard seed, this new children’s book by authors Amy-Jill Levine and Sandy Eisenberg Sasso follows the story of two children who plant a mustard seed and await for it to grow. Silly, fun, and engaging, children will be drawn into the story by the colorful illustrations and anticipate, along with the characters, the growth of the marvelous mustard seed. Continue reading “The Marvelous Mustard Seed by Amy-Jill Levine, Sandy Eisenberg Sasso”

Advertisements

The Girl Who Loved Pots by Rosilyn Seay

35086931An imaginative little girl who loves pots learns important life lessons about trying new things and making new friends…

In this wonderful book, both written and illustrated by Rosilyn Seay, children meet a little girl named May who has a very big imagination. May loves a lot of things, but there’s nothing she enjoys more than playing make-believe with her mother’s pots! With such a big imagination, the uses she can put them to seem almost endless. Then one day, a new babysitter arrives with different ideas. May isn’t so sure about her new ideas, and sneaks off to play with her pots- but will May’s imagination get her into trouble?
Continue reading “The Girl Who Loved Pots by Rosilyn Seay”

My Prince Wears Blue Jeans by Kayla Davidson

38562553An imaginative little girl compares her devoted and hard-working father and his ranch to a modern-day fairy tale prince and his kingdom.
Continue reading “My Prince Wears Blue Jeans by Kayla Davidson”

The Penny Predicament by Veola Vazquez

ebq5st

 

30054117
Jake King is in a predicament. After finding out that his dad got laid off from a job, he’s worried that his family will have to move away from their beloved hometown of San Francisco. That is, until he comes up with a plan of his own to save the day!

In The Penny Predicament, coin-collecting Jake King sets off on a series of misadventures with his best friend Ben, little brother Alex, and wiener dog Wally, learning valuable lessons along the way about true friendship and what it really means to trust in God.
Continue reading “The Penny Predicament by Veola Vazquez”

Winner Announced: The Coin Chronicles

*  *  *  *

Congratulations to the winner of our May giveaway of

The Nickel Nuisance and The Penny Predicament by Veola Vazquez!


Kyla L. of Sheridan, OR

Thank you to all who entered this giveaway!

*  *  *  *

Didn’t win?

We’ll be posting another giveaway soon-

so keep checking back!

Featured Book: Golden Boy Bailey by Erin Frew

29275039

Golden Boy Bailey

by Erin Frew 

 

Bailey Boy has it all! He has spirit, charm and he knows how to have fun. Bailey loves going on adventures. So when Sable awakens him early one morning Bailey is quick to get up and see what excitement the day has to bring. And the result is pure perfection.

Continue reading “Featured Book: Golden Boy Bailey by Erin Frew”

A Pigeon’s Tale by S. A. Mahan

26253761

Walter is no ordinary pigeon. A direct descendant from the great war hero Cher Ami, he knows he is destined for greatness from the moment he flees his coop to escape from a dangerous wild cat. Now in the “wild”, Walter must team up with the more experienced birds to learn how to survive.

As winter fast approaches, Walter must find a human family to care for him- and as luck would have it, he finds the very best human for the job in a young college student named Kenny. But is it luck, or something more?

Traveling home with Kenny for Christmas break, Walter meets grandpa, the famous Sir Alfred Jerome, who seems to have known that Walter would be coming all along. A faithful student under grandpa, Walter learns a great many new things, including the fact that the world is in great peril. But what can a single scientist and a pigeon do about it? And can Walter do anything to help poor Dottie, Kenny’s little sister who is dying from cancer?
Continue reading “A Pigeon’s Tale by S. A. Mahan”