Carol McAdams Moore has written two delightful devotionals for tweens. That’s 8-12 year olds if you want to know. This is the age where drawing, coloring and lots of glitter are the best ways to express feelings and tell tales. These books would be great for Sunday School teachers to gift their class to encourage person devotions. Oh, where were these kinds of books back when my children were young.
Parents with sons who hate to read or don’t seat still for long devotional reading will find a fun place to explore God’s Word in Dare U To Open This Book. The title of Carol McAdams Moore’s devotional for tween boys takes that dare to fun places. Ninety days of scripture and what if questions to spark boys imaginations. Chances to doodle and expand the concepts creatively, no essay writing involved. Lessons are short allowing the reader to take as much or as little time as he feels inspired to with each lesson.
If you are looking for a fun devotional for your daughter that challenges their thinking without a lot of boring fill in the blank questions have I got the book for you. Just Sayin’ is Carol McAdams Moore’s devotional for tween girls. It’s jam packed with 90 fun activity pages. Every page has a verse and spectacular ideas to ponder. Laid out like a scrap book it has short, sweet and creative daily devotional pages. Lots of markers, glitter and gel pens are needed to doodle and create answers to the questions for each day. Perfect for girls to visualize the truths of God’s Word without using a lot of words.
I‘ll be interviewing Carol soon about all things devotional. If you have any questions I’ll pass them along for you. She’s also having a drawing to giveaway these books to some lucky commenters.
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