I’ve actually been thinking about ways to explore bible verses with her together, so this came at a good time.
The devotional stories are easy to understand, and are suitable for kids above the age of 3.
The characters are lively stationery, ranging from Charlotte Chalk, Denzil the Pencil, to Sharpy the dog and Squiggle and Splodge.
The A5 format book is also filled with colourful pictures to capture little kiddos’ attention. Vera enjoys learning about the various characters and her favourite is Gloria Glitterpen, because (in her own words) “she is so sparkly and lovely”.
What we like most:
- The stories are short, simple, and reinforces the particular theme being explored, such as “Everything I need” and “A place to be safe.”
- Each theme is repeated over a few days so it gives Vera time to digest the lesson.
- The stories portray everyday life experiences such as getting lost and then being found, or throwing a party to cheer a friend up. I find that these make the key verse very accessible and easily grasped by young children.
- Each devotional story ends with a simple prayer and a practical tip.
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