This year is drawing to a close.
It seems surreal how quickly the seasons change.
It seemed quite appropriate for this month’s Tommy Nelson book selection to include books about changing seasons.
Here are some highlights from The Parable Treasury:
- Written by Liz Curtis Higgs
- Illustrated by Nancy Munger
- 117 pages long
- Hardback, padded pages
- One quick note, parents who don’t celebrate Halloween may find the jack-o-lantern story objectionable
- This book is full of great stories. I especially loved the first. The little girl realizes her attitude has been poor toward her father. EACH of the parables in this book teach an important lesson for little ones (and actually are a good reminder for grown folks, too!).
From the back of the book:
Spring brings flowers, summer brings sun and fun, autumn brings falling leaves, and winter brings the excitement of Christmas. No matter the season, God colors our world with beauty to remind us of how much He loves us.
Bestselling author Liz Curtis Higg’s Parable Treasury invites parents and kids alike to discover the good news found in each season. This timeless collection of award-winning books from The Parable Series includes:
- The Parable of the Lily, a grace-filled message about Easter and the joy of forgiveness
- The Sunflower Parable, a meaningful lesson about sharing God’s love with our neighbors
- The Pumpkin Patch Parable, an uplifting tale of how God can make us new, inside and out
- The Pine Tree Parable, a tender story about the joy of Christmas and unselfish giving
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