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  • Bark Of The Bog Owl

    $14.99

    Aidan Errolson, comes from a long line of storied adventurers, but he never has any real adventures of his own. That, he believes, is the one great injustice of his otherwise happy life.

    All that will change the day he hears the bark of the bog owl and meets Dobro Turtlebane. Dobro is one of the Feechiefolk-a tribe of half-civilized swamp dwellers who fight too much, laugh too loud, cry too easily, and smell just terrible.

    But another meeting will change Aidan’s life even more profoundly. Bayard the Truthspeaker arrives with a startling pronouncement about the coming of the Wilderking, the long-prophesied wild man who will emerge from the deep reaches of Corenwald’s forests and swamps to lead the kingdom back to its former glory.

    These 20th-anniversary editions of the Wilderking Trilogy include newly-written material by the author and all-new illustrations by Joe Hox. They may smell faintly of the Feechiefen Swamp.*

    *If book does not smell faintly of swamp, soak in tepid water for 3-4 months for dramatic results.

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  • Tomas Looks Up And Out

    $16.99

    Tomas Turtle starts his day thinking more about himself than others. Not only is he annoyed that his sister Tori’s cough kept him awake, but he also brags to all of his friends about his successes. It’s not until he gets sick and his friends take care of him that Tomas learns to look up to God and out to others.

    Edited by counselor Alasdair Groves, Tomas Looks Up and Out offers concrete, grace-based help for growing in empathy and is part of the Good News for Little Hearts series, which brings gospel wisdom and biblical counsel to families. Based on CCEF’s model of hope and help, each story focuses on an animal family’s real-life issues, encouraging young readers toward a growing relationship with Jesus during challenging circumstances.

    *A special section at the end of the book guides parents in having meaningful conversations with their kids about empathy and considering others, based on biblical truth.

    *Children ages four to seven will be captivated by Joe Hox’s colorful, fun illustrations that bring the animal world to life.

    *Teaches children and parents how to apply God’s Word to the everyday problem of not considering others.

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  • Sadie Finds Her Voice

    $16.99

    Sadie Bunny should be excited to stay overnight with her cousin Ivy. But instead, she is nervous. What if Ivy’s friends don’t like her? What if she can’t get any words out? But after a chance meeting with a scary cat piano teacher, armed with words from the Good Book, Sadie learns that Jesus can help even when you feel shy.

    Edited by counselor Aaron Sironi, Sadie Finds Her Voice is part of the Good News for Little Hearts series that brings gospel wisdom and biblical counsel to families. Based on CCEF’s model of hope and help, each story focuses on an animal family’s real-life issues, encouraging young readers toward a growing relationship with Jesus during challenging circumstances.

    *A special section at the end of the book guides parents in having meaningful conversations with their kids about how to engage others when they are nervous.

    *Children ages four to seven will be captivated by Joe Hox’s colorful, fun illustrations that bring the animal world to life.

    *Teaches children and parents how to apply God’s Word to the everyday problem of feeling shy.

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  • Who Is Jesus

    $19.99

    Children learn from the earliest age that Jesus loves them and that they should love him back, but do they really understand who Jesus is? How do you help a child get to know someone they can’t see and hear? Thankfully, God gives us a whole Bible of word pictures to help us get to know and love Jesus. In Who is Jesus?, Joe and Kate Hox combine illustrations and deep thoughts simply shared to bring forty word pictures of Jesus to life.

    The Bible is filled with stories and symbols that point us to Jesus as the Savior, the only One who can bring us back to God. God has the best plan, and the biggest and best story. Forty pictures of Jesus-twenty stories from the Old Testament and twenty stories from the New Testament-will guide family devotions and encourage rich conversations about who Jesus is, why he came to earth, and how we can get to know him now. The pictures tell stories about arks, rams caught in a thicket, snakes, sticks, rocks, shepherds, sheep, water, bread, and so much more.

    Each picture of Jesus includes a captivating illustration, a key verse to remember, Bible passages to discuss, a family devotion to read, reflection questions, and a song. Families will explore together the rich imagery of the Bible and learn about God’s great love for his people through Jesus Christ his Son.

    Who is Jesus? can be used any time throughout the year. This book is especially helpful to guide families through the forty days of Lent leading up to Easter.

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