When God Made Color

By Sheri Carmon

When God Made Color by Sheri Carmon is an enchanting book that captures the beauty and allure of colors in a whimsical way. God danced across the waters, carrying all the colors of the rainbow. He stood above the waters and wished there was light...

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Mabel Anderson Has An Elegant Tea Party

Mabel Anderson
By Alma Melton

Meet the charming bunny Mabel Anderson in the story Mabel Anderson Has an Elegant Tea Party by Alma R. Melton. Mabel loved to have elegant tea parties and she loved her friends. Mabel was expecting twelve bunny guests to attend her tea party and luncheon....

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Oak Street Treehouse

The Day They Messaged God
By Dick Daniels

Meet Colt, Addi, Annie, Brit, Cora, Cash, Piper, and Bandit in the story Oak Street Treehouse: The Day They Messaged God by Dick Daniels. The six kids were playing games on Saturday morning and Brit took the tablet. Annie's mom let them use it in...

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Sea Oats and Sand Pails

A Child's Day of Wonder
By Carolyn Blish

Carolyn Blish’s Sea Oats and Sand Pails: A Child's Day of Wonder captures the amazing beauty of nature through wonderful illustrations that preserve delightful and tranquil moments. The sing-song verses follow the activities of children and wildlife on the beach. They wonder at the movements...

Sammy: Hero At Age Five

By M. Schmidt & G. D. Donley

Sammy, born the day before Easter in 1985, lived with his mother and brother Gene in a small town in Kansas. He lived the normal life of a little boy – riding his big wheels, playing with trucks, and running in the backyard. He loved...

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Purim Activity Book

For kids 3-7. Coloring, mazes, hidden word games and more.
By Ronit Tal Shaltiel

Purim is a Jewish holiday in late winter/early spring. It celebrates saving the Jewish people from Haman who was planning to kill all of the Jews in his country, the ancient Achaemenid Persian Empire. It is a time to dress up in costumes, to read...

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Hanukkah Activity Book

For kids-Coloring, Maze, Hidden words game and more.
By Ronit Gizel Shaltiel

Hanukkah is an important celebration in the Jewish calendar. It lasts eight days, from the 25th day of Kislev to the 2nd or 3rd day of Tevet. Like any other festivities, the Jewish people have a good selection of symbols attached to Hanukkah: the menorah...

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Halloween Activity Book

Coloring, counting, mazes and hidden words game for kids.
By Ronit Gizel Shaltiel

Children of all ages love Halloween. The costumes, the spooky drama and, of course, the treats make it a night to remember and look forward to again the next year. There are lots of symbols attached to Halloween: ghosts, goblins, pumpkins, bats, spiders, witches with...

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Coloring Book Christmas

Coloring and counting for kids ages 3-7
By Ronit Gizel Shaltiel

Christmas is a magical time of year. There are lots of symbols around us that help us enjoy the festivities: snowmen, bells, candy canes, gingerbread men, stars, Christmas trees, Santa Claus, reindeer, and so much more. For young people, Christmas is more than just a...

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The Lost Pumpkin Halloween Adventure

Adapted from The Lost Son Parable the Gospel of Luke
By Wanda Hernandez

Children need reassurance that their parents love them. They also need reassurance that their heavenly parent loves them, too. The parable of the prodigal son clearly demonstrates this undying love that God has for us and that our parents do as well. It doesn’t matter...

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