Reviews by Cheshire Cat
On 5/6 Cheshire Cat wrote: This 6-book bind-up includes: Elijah and the Power of God A King, A Statue and a Fiery Furnace Miracles of Jesus A Father’s Love The Good Samaritan Paul Delivers God’s Message About the book, Heroes of the Bible Treasury: Heroes of the Bible Treasury font sizeAge ... Have you read Heroes of the Bible Treasury?
On 9/27 Cheshire Cat wrote: We are using this Christmas Sticker and Activity Book in our homeschooling which has recently really picked up. We’ve found a routine that works for us, most days and my son is learning by leaps and bounds. Literally, as he runs around the house in addition to what he learns in our classes. One thing ... Would Your Child Like a Christmas Sticker and Activity Book?
On 9/7 Cheshire Cat wrote: My son loves reading bible stories and he loves stickers, so this sounded like great idea. It’s challenging to find a fun and affordable activity book for a 3 year old. Most of Wild About Creation was appropriate for my 3 year old, he wasn’t quite up to the dot to dot and reading activities tho. About ... Wild About Creation – Book Review
On 6/7 Cheshire Cat wrote: My son loves reading religious books as part of his homeschooling. When we saw Brave Queen Esther he danced around asking for me to get it. About the Book: 32 pages Brave Queen Esther tells the story of a brave and beautiful hero of the Old Testament. Written in the I Can Read level two standards, ... We Read Brave Queen Esther
On 3/8 Cheshire Cat wrote: As soon as my son saw this book, “Only God Can Make A Kitten” he was pointing and saying “kitty” and “cat.” S o of course when he asked to read it I looked at it and said yes. This book is religious. My son seems to really like religious books and he loves the author’s other books: One ... Only God Can Make A Kitten
On 2/13 Cheshire Cat wrote: *This post may contain affiliate links Patriots Redcoats & Spies When Revolutionary War Patriot Lamberton Clark is shot by British soldiers while on a mission for the Continental Army, he has only two hopes of getting the secret message he’s carrying to General George Washington: his 14-year-old twin ... Home Giveaways! Reviews Kentucky Disclosure & PR Contact Me Home // review // Books // Patriots Redcoats & Spies (Oh My) Patriots Redcoats & Spies (Oh My)
On 2/1 Cheshire Cat wrote: If your looking for an Easter activity book for a young child The Beginner’s Bible Easter Sticker & Activity Book is very affordable. It is recommended for ages 4-8. The book has a variety of activities including a maze, color by number, and some writing. The Easter story comes to life through ... The Beginner’s Bible Easter Sticker & Activity Book
On 1/25 Cheshire Cat wrote: As a mom, teaching my son about religion seems only natural. I realized recently that though I have shared many stories with The White Rabbit, I had never read him Psalm 23. Age Range: 4 – 8 years Hardcover: 32 pages Version: King James The soothing and familiar words of the iconic ... Psalm 23
On 10/8 Cheshire Cat wrote: As part of our homeschool curriculum, my son is studying animals. One book we are using is Weird and Wonderful Creations. I recommend this book because its very affordable, laid out well for young children, and full of information. This book is currently only available in Hardcover, it’s 128 pages ... Weird and Wonderful Creations
On 10/5 Cheshire Cat wrote: I know it may seem a little early to be thinking of Christmas, but the best way to shop for deals is to start early. We checked out the board book version of The Legend of the Candy Cane, which is 30 pages. There are lots of formats for this book including audio/video. This book is intended for ages ... The Legend of the Candy Cane
On 8/24 Cheshire Cat wrote: I recently sat down with my son to read the book “God’s Great Creation.” This is a level 2 I Can Read Book. I really like the I Can Read Books because there the perfect length for a toddler to sit and listen to. Read my full review and see the video I made at http://www.cheshirecatlookingglass.com/review-gods-great-creation-can-read-book/ You ... Review: God’s Great Creation, an I Can Read Book
On 8/11 Cheshire Cat wrote: We just got our copy of Goodnight Ark this week and I’m quite sure within the past 3 days I’ve read it to my son at least 10 times. The book is about Noah’s Ark, but in a fun version for kids. It does not include why the ark was built or how. I wouldn’t even classify this as a religious book, ... How many times in one day have we read Goodnight Ark?
On 7/27 Cheshire Cat wrote: We recently sat down to read Jonah and the Great Big Fish, it’s about Jonah and the whale but with a twist. It’s worded for young readers and has some beautiful illustrations. Jonah’s disobedience landed him inside a big fish! And there he had time to think and pray. “God told Jonah to obey, said, ... Jonah and the Great Big Fish
On 7/6 Cheshire Cat wrote: This kids bible has a lenticular 3D motion with a jeep on the cover. This is very eye catching, it is a sticker as we discovered. It’s intended for ages 6-10. It has color throughout the book. Features found within the Adventure Bible: Articles about life during the time of the bible. This includes ... Adventure Bible Review
On 4/20 Cheshire Cat wrote: One of the most classic and well known stories from the Bible is Noah and the Mighty Ark. My son loves this story and enjoyed sharing his review with you. About Noah and the Mighty Ark Age Range: 4 - 8 years Hardcover: 32 pages Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 9.1 x 0.3 inches Noah built the ... Noah and the Mighty Ark Book Review
On 4/6 Cheshire Cat wrote: One Lost Sheep is a book about how the faithful shepherd realizes that one of his flock is missing and sets out to find it. The book has a playful rhyme as it retells Jesus' parable of the lost sheep that loses its way on the mountain side. Under brambles, behind rocks, the shepherd looks until he ... One Lost Sheep Book Review
On 3/2 Cheshire Cat wrote: I enjoy reviewing children's books almost as much as I enjoy reading them to my son. We recently finished reading Pups of the Spirit. Their are alot of great features about this book for reading to a toddler. About the book: Age Range: 2 - 8 years Hardcover: 32 pages Publisher: Zonderkidz ... Pups of the Spirit Book Review
On 2/23 Cheshire Cat wrote: I thought I'd share a video review today. The book is my son's favorite bible book right now. I think most of that is due to the illustrations and that it's a board book so the pages are easy for him to turn. He rarely sits for long but will sit and look at the book for 5-10 minutes pointing at pictures ... The Rhyme Bible Storybook for Toddlers Review
On 2/16 Cheshire Cat wrote: I recently had the opportunity to check out The Jesus Bible and review it. This book is aimed at children 9-12 years of age. It is 1760 pages long and I think anyone could learn and enjoy this book. Discover Jesus In Every Book of the Bible Jesus isn't just found in the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, ... great for all ages
On 1/26 Cheshire Cat wrote: I like the way the book is broken down. Each chapter begins with a quote from the bible. The author talks about his experience as a dad. The forward is written by his son, because who else can really write about the author as a dad. The book is broken down into 10 chapters. A Clarion Call to ... Bad Dads of the Bible Book Review
On 1/12 Cheshire Cat wrote: This book is written by Nobel Peace Prize Winner: Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Illustrated by Nancy Tillman. It's about the first 7 days of the world according to the bible (Genesis.) This is a new book, just published January 7, 2014 by Zonderkids. The book has great illustrations and simple text that ... Let There Be Light Book Review
On 11/25 Cheshire Cat wrote: Having a toddler who loves stories I was so excited when I saw the children's book "Pirates on the Farm." The story is about a family who lives on a farm, and pirates move in next door and start farming. This book was written for ages 4-8. In the back are definitions of some of the words, and on the ... Pirates on the Farm By Denette Fretz Illustrated by Gene Baretta Review
On 11/2 Cheshire Cat wrote: The way the information is presented this is actually a great book for everyone. This is a religious book written for children 9-12. It's bible stories told in comic book style. There are great pictures showing things like Noah's Ark with dimensional descriptions and a comparison to things found today. ... Review of Adventure Bible Handbook ~ A Wild Ride Through the Bible By Robin Schmitt & David Frees, Illustrated by Craig Philips