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The Great Easter Basket Giveaway from Zondervan

The snow is melting and spring is near and Easter is fast approaching!  I am so excited!!!   Excited for all the above but also to bring you this 4 book giveaway from Zondervan. 

I love finding non candy or junk food items to put in my kids Easter baskets... so I hope you will be blessed to win these four awesome books to put in your child's basket!  Some other non candy items I have put in my kids baskets include:  DVD, colors, chalk, coloring books, books, Easter outfit for church, hats, sunglasses, headbands or hair clips, shes, and yes a little bit of chocolate.  What have you put in your kids baskets?  

The giveaway includes: 
Tiny Bear's Bible
The Beginners Bible
Miracles of Jesus
Princess Faith

A bear to hug, a Bible to love, and a promise to treasure: God loves you! Tiny Bear’s Bible is a warm and fuzzy reminder of how God loves his children—in a format kids can cuddle. Together with their friend Tiny Bear, children discover eleven Bible stories in a book they can carry with them wherever they go. Bestselling author, Sally Lloyd-Jones presents some of the most familiar Bible stories to children, which provides parents and grandparents lots of teachable, cuddly moments as they explore God’s love together.

My Review:   I love this super soft and even cuddly Bible.   This Bible does include the most popular Bible stores.  I enjoy how each new page and story reveals more about God but you also see Tiny Bear on each page with a message to or from him which kids can relate to easily.  My preschooler enjoys this Bible and my seven year old can read it!  I definatley recommend it to any young child! 

Ready for your first “real” Bible? Great! You’ll love how you can read this Bible all by yourself. The print is easy to read and The Beginner’s Bible® art is fun and will help you better understand the stories in the Bible. Features include: • Presentation page so you can make this Bible your own • Complete text of the New International Reader’s Version (NIrV) of the Bible-- the NIV for kids! • Large print (12-point font) is easy to read • 20 full-color pages of The Beginner’s Bible illustrations help you better understand the stories • 66 book introductions and outlines explain who wrote each book of the Bible and what you will discover as you read • Dictionary of key Bible words will help you when you come to a word you don’t know • Reading plan of 150 famous Bible stories will give you a great overview of God’s Word.

I have not previewed this Bible yet but I would be blessed to have it for my children and I am so happy that one of my readers will have this for their children.  

Miracle of Jesus  is a level two I Can Read! based on the NIV Adventure Bible. In it, young readers read about how great God’s love is for all people. At this read-alone level, newly independent readers follow Jesus as he travels, spreading the Good News of his Father’s love. Along the way, Jesus shows in wondrous ways just how powerful God’s love is when he brings health back to a young girl and a long-suffering woman, and how he gives comfort to thousands of believers with a delicious meal as well as the precious word of God.
Written for the newly independent reader, vocabulary and content is at a more advanced reading level, making this series appropriate for children almost ready for their first chapter books.
This I Can Read! series of Bible stories makes use of the unique features found in the NIV Adventure Bible such as “People in Bible Times” and “Words to Treasure”.
Content aligns with the Common Core Standards for informational reading.

I have previously already reviewed this book and you can read it HERE.  

Sticker books girls will love! The Princess Parables come to life through age-appropriate puzzles, activity pages, and 50 colorful and reusable stickers in the friendly and fun Princess Faith’s Sticker and Activity Book featuring Faith, her four princess sisters, and their friends.
Join Faith and her sisters in some creative and interactive fun with 16 pages of stickers and activities that are sure to please, featuring her father the king and her special animal friend Buttercup the Bunny.

I love books that include stickers!   I grew up with an enormous sticker collection... and sadly I treasured them so much I never actually used them.   They were kept in a box and I would trade with my friends but I would very rarely ever pull the backing on them.  My daughter does not collect she pulls the backing off and is ready stick her stickers just about anywhere but thankfully she kept it in the book.   I enjoy the Princess series books that teach awesome morals and Biblical truths!  This book also offers more then putting stickers on the pages as every page has a different activity to complete from puzzles, coloring, words search, decoding messages, counting, and a picture search.   It is a book that provides some extra fun!  
 Please use the easy Rafflecopter form below to enter this fun four book giveaway.   A huge thank you to Zondervan for sponsoring this giveaway on Praises of a Wife and Mommy!   I am so excited fore one of my blessed readers to win this giveaway!  

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Maria K said…
One of our Easter Traditions is Dyeing Easter Eggs.
Dianna said…
We start pretty early with Sunrise Serves at Church, then we have breakfast then an Easter egg hunt.Then Sunday church Serves, then its about 1 we finally get home and at 5 pm we have a huge Easter dinner with all our family at out mothers.
Emi said…
After services, we go to a local greasy spoon café for Easter brunch which is a great upgrade from the iHop that we usually go to.
Natalie F said…
After Church Fellowship and also just teaching my children the Easter Story and why it is so incredible. Every year they understand a bit more and I love that!
Anonymous said…
We go to church, then have an easter egg hunt and a big family ham dinner
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Unknown said…
Church and an egg hunt. And ham!
abbasprincess said…
Church and egg hunt :)
Melissa B. said…
One of our traditions is a big meal with the entire family.
Unknown said…
Hunting Easter eggs after church with my daughter and husband!
RebeccaX said…
We always go to church.
Vicki said…
Church on Easter Sunday, followed by dinner with family.

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