LITTLE GIRLS BIBLE STORYBOOK FOR FATHERS AND DAUGHTERS

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Little Girls Bible Storybook For Fathers And Daughters

Author : Carolyn Larsen
ISBN : 9781441241245
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 85.68 MB
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Long beloved by children and parents alike, these classic Bible storybooks have been thoroughly revised and updated for a new generation of children. With whimsical and colorful illustrations, and a larger, easier-to-read font, these Bible storybooks will encourage quality quiet time with Dad and instill in boys and girls a love for the Bible at a young age. Each Bible story includes a brief reflection and a Bible verse to remember, plus gender-specific content to engage boys and girls and apply the lessons they learn to their lives. Dads will love sharing these beloved stories with their little ones.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Little Girls Bible Storybook For Mothers And Daughters

Author : Carolyn Larsen
ISBN : 9781441241238
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 48.29 MB
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Guide your little girl to become the woman God wants her to be with these delightful illustrated stories told from the perspective of Bible women. Ages 4-7.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Little Boys Bible Storybook For Fathers And Sons

Author : Carolyn Larsen
ISBN : 9781441241221
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 52.7 MB
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Long beloved by children and parents alike, these classic Bible storybooks have been thoroughly revised and updated for a new generation of children. With whimsical and colorful illustrations, and a larger, easier-to-read font, these Bible storybooks will encourage quality quiet time with Dad and instill in boys and girls a love for the Bible at a young age. Each Bible story includes a brief reflection and a Bible verse to remember, plus gender-specific content to engage boys and girls and apply the lessons they learn to their lives. Dads will love sharing these beloved stories with their little ones.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Little Boys Bible Storybook For Mothers And Sons

Author : Carolyn Larsen
ISBN : 9781441241214
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 66.22 MB
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Lively illustrated Bible stories and conversation-starters help boys and moms learn about following God every day. Ages 4-7.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Princess Stories

Author : Carolyn Larsen
ISBN : 9781414348117
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 90.61 MB
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Features the stories of notable women from the Bible, including Eve, Rebekah, Naomi, Ruth, and Esther, and includes discussion questions related to each woman's plight.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Strong Fathers Strong Daughters

Author : Meg Meeker
ISBN : 9780345499394
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 73.50 MB
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Citing the pivotal role of a father in a daughter's psychological, physical, and spiritual health, a national speaker on teen issues identifies and describes ten virtues that the author believes can be effectively emulated by today's fathers to promote healthy father-daughter relations and overall well-being in young women. Reprint.
Category: Family & Relationships

Daughters Without Dads

Author : Lois Mowday
ISBN : 0840790147
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 60.97 MB
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Looks at the role of a father in his daughter's life, offers advice for daughters with distant or deceased fathers, and tells how to find strength in one's relationship with God
Category: Social Science

Melissa

Author : Frank Page
ISBN : 9781433682988
Genre : Religion
File Size : 26.61 MB
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Desperately hurting people take their own lives every day throughout the world, yet the church is not on top of the epidemic and often seems ill- equipped to address it biblically and effectively. Frank Page, a former president of the Southern Baptist Convention, learned this firsthand when he and his wife Dayle lost their daughter, Melissa, to suicide in 2009. Writing from personal experience, he examines the biblical truths that carried him through such a painful time and that minister to him on dark days still known to come around.Ultimately, Melissa: A Father's Lessons from a Daughter's Suicide is beauty from ashes, a book of wisdom and hope that Page wishes he could have read before going through this valley, and a resource the church can use to directly address an all-too-real problem.
Category: Religion

Raising A Modern Day Princess

Author : Pam Farrel
ISBN : 1604829273
Genre : Religion
File Size : 54.66 MB
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In the same tradition as Raising a Modern-Day Knight, this book is designed to equip parents to cultivate strong relationships with their adolescents. Raising a Modern-Day Princess stresses the importance of creating a rite of passage for teen girls—a defining moment in which girls can be blessed by significant adults in their lives, and a call for their families and communities to celebrate and support them as they enter womanhood. This book offers practical help in raising a generation of women to see themselves as God sees them—as daughters of the King.
Category: Religion

The Distant Land Of My Father

Author : Bo Caldwell
ISBN : 0811875210
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 65.48 MB
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For Anna, the narrator of Bo Caldwell's richly lyrical and vivid first novel, growing up in the magical world of Shanghai in the 1930s and 1940s creates a special bond between her and her father. He is the son of missionaries, a smuggler, and a millionaire who leads a charmed but secretive life. When the family flees to Los Angeles in the face of the Japanese occupation, he chooses to remain, believing his connections and luck will keep him safe. He's wrong. He survives, only to again choose Shanghai over his family during the Second World War. Anna and her father reconnect late in his life, when she finally has a family of her own, but it is only when she discovers his extensive journals that she is able to fully understand him and the reasons for his absences. With the intensity and appeal of When We Were Orphans, also set in Shanghai at the same time, The Distant Land of My Father tells a moving and unforgettable story about a most unusual father-daughter relationship.
Category: Fiction