Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Children's Book Review and Giveaway: Really Woolly Nighttime Lullabies

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this book, free of charge, from Tommy Nelson Books, for review purposes on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it

 Really Woolly Nighttime Lullabies sample 1

Hills of green with dots of white....

Wishing to be in the hills of Ireland?

This new children's book brings the lovely  Really Woolly is back!

Really Woolly Nighttime Lullabies cover


Sweet bedtime lullabies and prayers . . . just before you turn out the light.
A case-bound padded board book from the Really Woolly brand gives children sweet lullabies to help them fall asleep. Little ones will love the charming Really Woolly illustrations, engaging verse, and Scripture from the International Children’s Bible that allow them to drift off in sweet dreams, knowing they are loved and safe. Prayer starters also encourage children to end their day talking to God.
 Really Woolly Nighttime Lullabies sample 1


This book is not really a 'lullaby' book, so much as it is nightly devotional for young children, ages 2-5. Now you CAN sing the verses to your child, but as you see below, reading them is just as nice:

 Really Woolly Nighttime Lullabies sample 2

The book encourages your child to talk to God at bedtime, share what they are grateful for, and to pray for a peaceful night sleep. By adding the appropriate bible verse, parents can also read from the bible and start their child on a lifelong reading of the bible before they go to bed.

This is an adorable book, and perfect for tucking into Easter baskets, along with a fluffy lamb! Additional Really Wooly items for their basket can be had from Dayspring, one of our favorite retailers! They even have a Really Woolly website, for more fun for parents and kids! 

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One BTHM reader will win their own copy of this adorable book!

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  1. Beautiful Dreamer is what I sang to my children many years ago. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

  2. When they were 9 I didn't sing anymore. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

  3. Maybe not a lullaby, but "Jesus Loves the Little Children"

  4. My son is only 18 months old, so I still sing to him!

  5. We sing a lot of songs and most are bible songs but we like London bridge is falling down and the wheels on the bus.

  6. My son is 4 so and I still sing to him

  7. I used to sing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star to my kids, they loved it.
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  8. We sing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.

  9. I sing Jesus Loves Me to my daughter.


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