"All Four volumes are so wonderful! Also, the Tell Me Stories by Ella Lindvall are the parables written for ages 1 1/2 to 4 years old. My girls have memorized the stories. They don't water down the truth!"
"This is an old little book that is an amazing treasure! I used it with my daughter for PreK 4 at home as our devotions. Each page is a little story with 3 comprehension questions. By the end of the year, she could answer them. It was very developmentally appropriate and so wonderful! It is also very biblical and doesn't water down the truth!"
"This is an old book and the illustrations are dated, but it is a pearl. My mother in law had it on her bookshelf and I picked it up. My girls and I talk about one thing each week and I reread that page to them each week. It explains words in language they understand like caring, kindness, obedience, etc."
"I have struggled as a mom to find good Biblical books about princesses. This is a treasure. I realized that the story of Cinderella has a lot of parts that my preschooler wasn't ready for, so we substituted this book and she started calling this her "Cinderella book"."
"I love this book! It explains prayer to young children 3-5 years old. The book explain all of the different things we talk to God about--asking for wisdom, to praise Him, when we're thankful, etc. I highly recommend this book!"
"My girls and I love this book. The story is told from the perspective of a little mouse, Mortimer, who plants a seed and watches it grow. Mortimer realizes that God makes it grow and thanks Him for it."
"This is a wonderful devotional to read at bedtime with 2-5 year olds. The questions are very appropriate for 3-4 year olds and 2 and 5 year olds can participate as well. My children loved searching for the ladybugs in this updated version of Ken Taylor's classic book."