Review and Giveaway: Little Angels Prayers for Every Day

This giveaway is now closed. The winner of the giveaway is newcreation7788!

Little Angels Prayers for Every Day
Roma Downey with Illustrator Lisa Reed

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About the Book
Little Angels Prayers for Every Day features more than 50 simple rhyming prayers that cover a typical day and the typical worries of a young child. From waking in the morning to going to sleep at night, from thanking God for a meal to praying for His comfort when afraid, the prayers here will help little ones to see that any moment is a good moment to talk to God. Relevant Bible verses are scattered throughout the book as well!

One lucky reader will receive a copy of Little Angels Prayers for Every Day. Giveaway ends Saturday, March 9th at 4PM.

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– Joyce

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8 thoughts on “Review and Giveaway: Little Angels Prayers for Every Day

  1. This sounds like a fun book! Is it geared towards certain ages? We are trying to read the Chronicles of Narnia series.

    • Marianne, Amazon says ages 3-6. They are all short little prayers that kids can pray through the day. 🙂 We might read Chronicles of Narnia next year. Melody is finishing up the Little House series right now. I haven’t even read all the books. I tried reading with her but she’s too fast for me.

  2. Wow, can’t believe Melody is reading the Little House series. Most of my 2nd graders struggled with the Big Woods one. I have some recipes from the Little House Cookbook and Little House worksheets if you’re interested. =)

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  4. My kids are into Dr. Seuss and How Do Dinosaurs Say I Love You? My four year old likes reading his Bible. I read from my Bible every morning to the kids and my son and I read Bible stores from his children’s Bible. He’s done that every night since he asked Jesus into his heart. 🙂

  5. I think prayer is important and teaching your kids early about it. It teaches them about God but also to be thankful for the blessings in their life. I hope I can win this so I can start reading it with my daughter as her first prayer book.

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