The Little Lamb of Bethlehem

Today, I’m sharing with you my very favourite Christmas book that I absolutely loved as a child. It went everywhere with me! As you can see – it’s been very well read! Anyone who I could get to read it … Continue reading

‘Twas the Evening of Christmas

A few weeks ago, I promised to share a peek inside my newest children’s picture book, ‘Twas the Evening of Christmas, a Nativity story told in rhyme that mimics Clement C Moore’s classic tale. Publisher’s Weekly describes Russian born Elena Selivanova’s illustrations … Continue reading

Training Them Up

Christ, the Cornerstone of Truth There is a saying about children that goes, “If you don’t teach them, the world will!” That is a frightening thought! Just look at the spiritual landscape of America today. In recent years, there has … Continue reading

Children and Tragedies

Children are facing tragedies daily. Parents are deployed. Storm, wildfires, and earthquakes destroy lives, homes, and communities. Cancer is no respecter of persons, striking the very young and the very old. How we address these situations affects our children’s reactions. … Continue reading

The Kite and the Boy

I am pleased to review a new children’s book by Aaron Duffy, with black and white illustrations by Katy Haaland Greene. The Kite and the Boy is a well-written, endearing story about the friendship between a kite and a young boy who … Continue reading