Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Children's Book Review and Giveaway: 5-Minute Nighttime Bible Stories

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this book, free of charge,from Tommy Nelson, for review and giveaway, 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, all opinions are my own.


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And now for a book that is perfect for starting the school year,
or giving as a gift!

 5-Minute Nighttime Bible Stories cover

Synopsis:

These brief Bible stories allow parents to spend precious time with their little ones before bedtime, naps, or meals. With their to-the-point wording and calming artwork, the 5-Minute Nighttime Bible Stories is a great option for parents who look for ways to integrate the Bible into their busy schedules. This affordable 208-page book offers a lot of content for a great price, and the five-minute format will be a hit with parents and children alike. Short stories and gentle, colorful illustrations make this a great Bible and a quick story for little ones and parents before bedtime.


 5-Minute Nighttime Bible Stories sample

Review:

This lovely book is aimed at kids ages 2-7, first as a book to be read to, and then later to read from, as an early reader. the bible stories are VERY brief, literally 5 minutes in telling, but the lovely pictures are great conversation starters, to get little ones talking about the stories and how they tie in to other bible lessons and stories. The book is perfect for reading before nap or bedtime, or for using during the year as a bible lesson for the younger kids. 

 5-Minute Nighttime Bible Stories sample 2

You get 208 pages of Bible stories, with 11 stories from the Old Testament and 14 from the New Testament! The colorful illustrations will really draw younger kids into the stories, as you can see!

 5-Minute Nighttime Bible Stories sample 3

This is a lovely larger padded book, perfect for gift giving, and perfect for starting nightly bible lessons, now that school is starting! It would be a cherished memento for any family and we highly recommend it!


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Oner BTHM reader will win their own copy of 5-Minute Nighttime Bible Stories!



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20 comments:

  1. Quiet time before bed when we are bathed and relaxed.

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  2. We read before bed that is our time. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  3. We say our prayers at night and go to church on Sundays

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  4. We read together as a family at bedtime.

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  5. I've both morning and bedtime to work in devotionals, but I'm terrible at keeping up with it. I've found bedtime isn't great because my daughter wants to pick her own books - not the same ol' devotional every night!

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  6. We read together at bedtime.

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    1. When they were little I would read to them when they went to bed.

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  7. Mondays at 7pm is family devotion and praise and worship.

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  8. I snuggle with my kids and read to them for BEDTIME! Nicole Bowers

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  9. Each week we pray, read the Bible, and go over the kid's weekly Bible verses they are learning for AWANA. They usually read a book before bed too!

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  10. We do devotional in the morning or before bedtime.

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  11. Our little one is still very young. However, every morning and before bed we pray, I want to get him into the love and appreciation of prayer.

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  12. My husband and I have no set prayer time,, we pray when we feel the need. God is always there to listen..:)
    lisavanhook@aol.com

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  13. We have a beginners bible that we read a short store out of. Whatever keeps the attention of the both. THey like the story of Creation and the flood.

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  14. I admit we need more devotion time. I think this is a great idea because they are short enough for their attention spans but they can still learn about the bible. Teaching bible stories to them is something I struggle with.

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  15. We read devotional books during the day.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  16. I tell my grandson bible stories sometimes when his mother is not around. I have to be careful though because she does not practise any type of religion at all. She would get real upset with me-

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