I am assured that God is raising a New Generation that seeks after Him and I believe parents need to respond to God’s call to bring their children to Him. It is important that we encourage and model to our children to seek God first very early in life for a future secured in Christ. The only way we can have peace as they grow older and leave the nest is when we are assured that their old nature has died on the cross and their lives are now hid in Christ in God (Col. 3:3). We do this by first being the example of Christ indwelling in man on earth and then teaching them his ways. You are the Role Model; they are your disciples. This book provides very helpful key points of the Gospel in Alphabetical order with bible verses and discussion questions.
Visuals are the major Tutors of children, This book provides visuals in the form of pictures, words, and drawings, to enable your child grow up with that solid moral framework you have for them
Follow along with the fun and existing story of young Kiki as she navigates the world around her with family and friends. Parents will surely enjoy reading this book to their children.
Anansi the Spider is a well-loved trickster character in many old African and Caribbean stories. Anansi Spider and his sister Anansewa (Sewa) are modern versions of the old trickster. In this first story of the series, its a rainy day. Anansi and Sewa are bored and looking for something exciting to do. Join them and see if they are able to turn a boring day into fun. Watch out for other stories in this series!
Right from the womb, children enjoy rhymes and songs of diverse types. The baby in this book says a lot of many baby's acts. What baby's acts do you know? Find out if this talkative talker truly talks about them.
The Family Fun at the Park is a book packed with fun activities mixed with phonics. While reading about the fun at the Park, the reader would learn to read words with the "igh" sound; sounded as "ai" but spelt as the letter "i". This is seen in words like my, like, wise, ride, high etc.
On her way to hide a problematic pot, Tanwa witnesses many child rights abuses. Though, she is able to hide the pot in a faraway bush, but her journey back home is full of disturbances. Will an eight-year-old girl cope with the disturbances? Find out from this children's novel.
The Happy Girl is a joyful story of a girl, Ada, who finds pleasure and joy in keeping her friends happy at all times. Ada is a young story teller who uses stories to keep herself and others happy. In this book, children will learn the names of some young animals used as pets.