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Review and Giveaway- "Snuggle Time Prayers"


Snuggle Time Prayers, written by Glenys Nellist and illustrated by Cee Biscoe, is a perfect bedtime collection of fifteen prayers. This padded cover board book will help children settle down at bedtime and remind them of their blessings as they draw closer to God.

My Review:
This board book is perfect to jump start your kids prayers life!   There are 15 different prayers to pray with scriptures to back up all 15 prayers.   Some scriptures include Ecclesiastes 3:1- "There is a time for everything" and 1 John 3:1- "See what amazing love the father has given us."  

This would be a book that your kids will enjoy reading over and over again and as a parent you will enjoy them learning to pray!  
The pictures on this include different animals on each page, each very adorable.   There is also some rhyming in the prayers but not every line so it can be a fun game to play to see who can find the rhyming words.   

This book retails for $9.99 on Zondervan.  

Thank you Zondervan for sending me this book for free in exchange for an honest review.   I was not paid for this review and all opinions expressed are 100% mine.

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Comments

Angela said…
I'd love to give this to my daughter
Angela said…
I'd love to give this to my daughter
Tara said…
I encourage my kids to pray by having them having them pray before meals!
Kristie said…
I encourage them to pray by reading inspirational books. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.
Vicki G said…
I encourage my kids/grandkids to pray by talking to them about prayer and prayer requests, letting them see me pray, and praying with them.
Sunnie said…
By talking to them about it.
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Nicole Lancaster said…
I encourage my kids to pray by telling them the importance of praying before we eat (thankful for having food to eat) and before bedtime.

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