I am SO excited about spring coming very soon! March is finally here, and although snow is still in the forecast, my eyes are focused on the soon coming arrival of SPRING!!!! Are you excited? I thought it would be fun to welcome spring with a little giveaway week — what do you think? All week I will be sharing some wonderful giveaways! You don’t want to miss them!
First up, one of my favorite books for children is this beautiful, touching book from our nice friends at Tommy Nelson. “I Love You No Matter What” tells the story of the prodigal son, who left his father’s home to explore the world. After using all of his riches, he learns that the place he really belonged was with his father. Told in kid-friendly language, “I Love You No Matter What” tells of young ducky, “Prince Chirpio”, who leaves his father to explore the big world. It is a beautifully written book with kind humor and the wonderful story of forgiveness and a father’s love.
My children are getting to the age when they say things like “You don’t LOVE me!” if they are not allowed to do what they want or are punished. My husband and I have to constantly reaffirm our love for them… which often includes not letting them have their way when they may be making wrong choices. I really appreciated “I Love You No Matter What” because it tells my children these same things, but in a simple, child-friendly way. I highly recommend this book for your little one’s library.
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Disclaimer: Winner will be randomly picked on March 11, 2013. Giveaway open to U.S. residents only, please. I recieved a free book for review, but was not compensated to provide a positive review. All opinions expressed here are my own.