Growing children in faith

Story Time

Who Will I Be?

by Abby Huntsman

Sometimes we have a “case of the Mondays” because big decisions are lingering over us. Ms. Kathy helps us answer one of these life questions.

The Day You Begin

 by Jacqueline Woodson

Even though we are all different we are all a little the same as well. When we share our story, others will be happy that we did.

The Legend of the Sand Dollar

 by Chris Auer

Tells of the deeper meaning of Easter found hidden within something as small as a sand dollar.

The Dandelions Tale

 by Kevin Sheehan

Tells of the friendship between a sparrow and a dandelion and the emotional and powerful natural cycle of life

Love Your Heart

by Tim McGraw

Tells the story of a little girls selfless act of kindness.

Special People Special Ways

 by Arlene Maguire

We are all different, but we all have special abilities to share with others.

If Kids Ran the World

by Diane Dillon and Leo Dillon

Shows kids creating a peaceful world with all roads leading to kindness.

In My Heart

by Jo Witek

Tells us about how our different emotions feel in a very unique way.

This Little Prayer of Mine

by Anthony DeStefano

We may know that God is in heaven, but this book talks about how special and important it is to talk to God through prayer every day.

I’d Know You Anywhere

by Nancy Tillman

Every child is special and unique but sometimes they also like to dream about what it would be like to be something different.

 

When God Made You

by Matthew Paul Turner

God knew you even before you were born.

I Am Love

by Susan Verde

A celebration of love and connection.

The World Is Awake

 by Linsey Davis

A story that reminds us to be thankful for everything God has given us.

The Kissing Hand

by Audrey Penn

Chester raccoon is afraid to go to school so his mom tells him about a secret called the kissing hand. She reassures him of her love even when things may be a little scary.

Where Are You Hiding God?

 by Elisabeth Zartl

A story of a little girl trying to find God.

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