There’s nothing more American than baseball, right? Turns out baseball is popular all over the world![Read more…] about Baseball Around the World: Author Interview
There are two recently released titles revamping the classic Christian allegory, The Pilgrim’s Progress, for kids. Little Pilgrim’s Big Journey and Little Pilgrim’s Progress come from the same source material, but they could reach slightly different audiences. Read on to find out who I recommend each book for.[Read more…] about Little Pilgrim’s Big Journey vs. Little Pilgrim’s Progress: A Picky Christian Mom Review
I could have titled this review, The Infuriating Case of the Enola Holmes Book Series.
The publisher says the Enola Holmes series is for 8 to 12 year olds, or starting in 3rd grade. However, the reading level is significantly higher, at about 6th through 8th grade. Furthermore, the preface talks about a murdered prostitute, and there are frequent references to how stupid girls are. Read on for some content considerations before you hand the book to your child.[Read more…] about What Age Can Read the Enola Holmes Series?
It’s always a good idea to remind our kids that we aren’t alone in believing what we do. We have a rich heritage of Christians who did big things for God that we can point them to. Thankfully this heritage has been illustrated (literally!) in Christian biographies for kids.[Read more…] about Pros/Cons of 3 Super Popular Christian Biography Books for Boys
The author’s note that concludes The Creator in You says, “We are called to help our children see that work isn’t a meaningless means to an end. It is a means of reflecting the character of the Creator God to the world and loving others in the process.”[Read more…] about Theology Review of The Creator in You