It has been awhile since I have been part of a Blog Tour but I am so happy to be a part of this one! Let's Learn about the Lord's Prayer by Catherine DeVries is a delightful book that invites preschoolers and beyond on a playdate adventure to learn the Lord's Prayer. This new resource from David C. Cook is a fabulous and fun tool to help your preschooler learn the Lord's prayer.
E and F with our new book!
Not only do they love the stories but the illustrations are great as well.
Here is an example from inside the book!
We are huge fans of memorizing scripture in our home. My kids usually have a weekly memory verse they are working on for church, co-op and our homeschool. I love that this book just fits right in with our daily life. It is encouraging, loving and educational - my kind of book. I really love that the HeartSmart series is about filling children's hearts with God's Word and ultimately a greater love for Him.
Be sure to check out the complete Let's Learn about the Lord's Prayer Blog Tour. And you can purchase your own copy of Let's Learn about the Lord's Prayer. Read more about this book and the author below.
In this first book of the HeartSmart series, preschoolers are invited on a playdate with Emma. Together they learn the Lord's Prayer and practice "teaching" it to Emma's favorite teddy bear.
Introducing HeartSmart, a Scripture memory series designed to create opportunities for children to fill their heart with God's Word. HeartSmart combines key Scriptures with songs, giving parents a spiritual formation path for building a strong foundation of faith.
The entire Lord's Prayer is included, along with a custom song (free download with access code.
Catherine DeVries has written twenty books for children, including the bestselling The Adventure Bible Storybook. As associate publisher of Children's Resources at David C Cook, she leads product development for The Action Bible collection, which has sold over a million copies. Catherine lives with her husband, their three children, and their big furry dog in the Colorado forest.