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Parable Treasury

Parable Treasury

By Liz Curtis Higgs
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.4 Stars

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On 2/16 bveinotte wrote: Bestselling favorite Parable books bring fun throughout the year in this new four books in one format.With more than 1.1 million units sold in the Parable Series, Liz Curtis Higgs has given parents and kids alike beloved parables they can read throughout the year. This adorable compilation, Parable ...

bveinotte's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/27 Nancy Sanders wrote: This 117-page oversized book with its soft padded cover contains all four parable stories to read aloud with young children and celebrate Easter, Summer, Harvest, and Christmas. In the Easter story, Maggie is given a special gift by her father, the farmer. She’s disappointed in the box of dirt with ... Sweet Holiday Addition

Nancy 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/17 Maria Page wrote: Parable Treasury by Liz Curtis Higgs is all four parable stories in one book. First off, I loved how sturdy the book is and how vibrant the illustrations are. My son really enjoyed the Easter and Christmas stories. I did, too! But on another note, I didn't read the Bible verses with the story ... Review: Parable Treasury

Maria's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/16 Texas Mama 38 wrote: The most recent book we reviewed as part of the BookLook Blogger Review Team was titled, The Parable Treasury written by Liz Curtis Higgs. The book was published by Tommy Nelson. About the AuthorLiz Curtis Higgs is the award-winning speaker who wrote twenty-eight books, including Bad ... BookLook Blogger Review: Parable Treasury by Liz Curtis Higgs

Texas Mama 38's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/12 CTF Devourer wrote: The farmer had a special plan for his chosen pumpkin, so the seeds and slime would have to go.Book: Parable Treasuryby Liz Curtis Higgs, Illustrated by Nancy Munger, Thomas Nelson, 2015Genre: Picture BookTarget Audience: Boys and Girls 3-10Subjects: Parables, Holidays, God’s Love, Showing Love To OthersSummary: ... Parable Treasury

CTF Devourer's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/4 Heidi Indahl wrote: I've been excited to see books in the BookLook Blogger review program before, but never as excited as I was to see this padded hardcover combined volume of the Parable Treasury by Liz Curtis Higgs. When Aidan was little someone gave us a copy of one of these stories and someone else gave us a CD with ... Parable Treasury Review

Heidi's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/13 Zoe Schoppa wrote: My Painful Lesson: I am so grateful that God is forgiving when I do or say stupid things.  Things that are not fully thought through.  Inerrant things.  That is what I had done in this review...I had given approval below for a book which didn't earn it and frankly twisted scripture far out of context. Awhile ... Not Recommended

Zoe's Rating:

2 Stars

On 12/8 Tiffany Malloy wrote: The Parable Treasury (by Liz Curtis Higgs) is a compilation of 4 full-length books, one for each season of the year. In each story, we’re given a life lesson, using examples from the changing seasons. The Parable of the Lily tells a story of Easter forgiveness. The Sunflower Parable uses harvest ... Book Review: Parable Treasury by Liz Curtis Higgs

Tiffany's Rating:

2 Stars

On 12/5 Fushiacat wrote: What do pumpkins, sunflowers, lilies and pine trees have in common? They all come together in this volume for some remarkable children's stories. This is a collection of four former stand-alone books, which the author refers to as parables. Ms. Higgs' overwhelming joy of becoming a Christian, along ... Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall--This Book Contains Them All

Fushiacat's Rating:

5 Stars

On 11/28 Pam Burke wrote: Parable Treasury is a collection of four stories for young children by the gifted Liz Curtis Higgs.Each parable is set in a different season of the year and teaches a Biblical principle in words that little ones can relate to.  Even for those too young to fully understand the parable, the bright ... Sweet stories for little ones -- Parable Treasury

Pam's Rating:

4 Stars