Mommy and Me Book Club


Mommy and Me Book Club

Group for all moms and grandmothers with young children to focus on books, discover children's authors, and get free pdf files.

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Books, Kids, and Bullies

Started by Karen Whiting on Thursday. 0 Replies

Even as parents start to prepare children for school kids think about being bullied. It happens too often and parents help kids if they help them develop confidence and healthy friendships. What…Continue

Tags: character, bullies, friends

Kid's books for spring/Texas Library Association Convention

Started by Karen Whiting Apr 28. 0 Replies

I had fun this month attending the Texas Library Association Convention. I signed my new book Nature Girl with my daughter (her first book). I enjoyed checking out new books from many publishers. I…Continue

Tags: convention, children's, library, books, new

New Year-New time to read!

Started by Karen Whiting Jan 7. 0 Replies

It's a New Year and a great time to curl up and read (stay inside from the cold). I have a book releasing in March for girls ages 8+ called Nature Girl: A Guide to Caring for God's Creation. I love…Continue

Shopping for children's books as gifts

Started by Karen Whiting. Last reply by Sherry Kyle Dec 7, 2013. 5 Replies

Black Friday is coming as well as small business day on Saturday. Hope your have books for children on your list. I just saw Dandi MacKall book Listen to the Silent Night. It released last year…Continue

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Comment by connywithay on Friday

3rd book in a great series for 6-10 year olds:

“David led an adventurous life – from shepherd to warrior to the king of Israel. But he was also a man of God. Read about this hero from the Bible and his place in history,” Nancy I. Sanders writes on the back jacket of her book, King David.

Complete review:

Comment by connywithay on Friday

Another one in a wonderful series:

“Mary was more than just a girl growing up in Israel. She was chosen by God to be the mother of Jesus! Learn about the life and times of this brave young woman and how she became a hero of the Bible,” Nancy I. Sanders writes on the back jacket of her book, Mary.

Complete review:

Comment by connywithay on Thursday

Cute concept book:

“Terrance the Trapezoid often sat alone on a hill, watching other shapes play. He felt like he didn’t fit in, so Terrance never joined in their games. He wasn’t like the other shapes. A circle, triangle, and square could be lots of different things, but not Terrance. He couldn’t see anything that was made from a trapezoid,” Hilary and Drew McSherry write in their children’s book, Terrance the Trapezoid.

Complete review:

Comment by connywithay on July 16, 2014 at 3:34pm

What a wonderful, educational series!

“Jesus was once a kid just like you! He went to school, had great friends, learned to be a carpenter, and had to help around the house,” Nancy I. Sanders writes on the back jacket of her book, Get to Know Jesus.

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Comment by Karen Whiting on July 14, 2014 at 9:06pm

What would you like to discuss about children's book?

Comment by Karen Whiting on July 14, 2014 at 9:06pm

Welcome LInda and other new members.

Comment by connywithay on July 13, 2014 at 11:18pm

And here is the corresponding sticker book!

“Joseph was sold to Potiphar, an assistant to the Pharaoh of Egypt. He began as Potiphar’s slave, but with God’s help, he was soon put in charge of all that Potiphar owned,” it states in Harvest House’s sticker book, Joseph the Dreamer: Bible Story Sticker Book for Children.

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Comment by connywithay on July 13, 2014 at 11:15pm

I hope this will become a series!

“Joseph had been sold to one of Pharaoh’s officials, a man named Potiphar, but God was still looking after him. Joseph was clever and hardworking, and soon Potiphar placed him in charge of this whole household,” it states in Harvest House’s children’s book, Joseph the Dreamer: Amazing Stories from the Old Testament.

Complete review:

Comment by Karen Whiting on July 8, 2014 at 9:10am

Here's a little I wrote on writing for children It's good to see how an author thinks and considerations that go into books for children.

Comment by connywithay on May 8, 2014 at 5:02pm

Good series (Focus on the Family) for 6-9 year olds:

“Captain Bazely just gave orders to sail to New York. He’s going to put us on the prison ship there,” Beth informs the others in Marianne Hering and Nancy I. Sander’s The Imagination Station series book, Captured on the High Seas.

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