Saturday, November 17, 2012

My Christmas Bible Storybook Precious Moments Giveaway



Precious Moments
My Christmas Bible Storybook

I have loved the darling precious moments characters for years. From the figurines, to the stuffed animals, and even coloring books. They are indeed precious.
This Board Book Christmas book is perfect for an infant or toddler this Christmas.
It begins with The Best Gift of All.. Jesus
Each page has beautiful illustrations, all focused on the true meaning of Christmas
Peace and Isaiah 9
A thank you prayer
The nativity in Scripture
Christmas hymns
and more
The pages are thick and perfect for young fingers to turn and look at the beautiful pages while someone shares the words with them! 34 pages long, this is a nice book for little ones.

Get your copy from Thomas Nelson for $9.99

Tommy Nelson is giving one of my readers the chance to win a copy of this Beautiful Board book!!

In the comments be sure to 
1. leave your name
2. email
3. let me know what ways you help to teach young ones about the true meaning of Christmas

Super easy, no social media follows. 1 entry per person. US only. Ends Dec 1st at midnight.

Thanks so much to Tommy Nelson for providing this book for me to better facilitate a fair and accurate review!



20 comments:

  1. Talk with them about the nativity and sing songs about The true meaning of Christmas

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  2. We tell them the story of Jesus birth and emphasize that it is true. We go to "walk through Bethlehem"events local church's have that look like you are going through the Holy Land during Jesus' birth. We watch shows that are geared to their age level that tell the story. We have a birthday cake for Jesus at Christmas and sing Happy Birthday Jesus. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Becky Isaac
    ischu9@aol.com

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  3. We always have devotions the weeks leading up to Christmas that focus on Jesus, why we celebrate His birth, and that He is the greatest gift that anyone can ever receive. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

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  4. Jenny Stanek, orangestar17(at)hotmail(dot)com

    I have been trying to rely heavily on reading through the Children's Bible with them and using it as a basis for teaching and a forum for questions. I'd love to see the answers everyone else posts, because I could use advice!

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  5. We talk to them about the nativity and Jesus. We have a few Bible Stories that we can read. Plus, we talk about sharing with others and caring about others and how Jesus cares about everyone.

    Sherry Compton
    savewish@yahoo.com

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  6. we teach the true meaning with religious activities
    debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

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  7. Kathy S schoenherr(at)centurytel(dot).net
    We go to church, pray at night, and include religion in our day to day discussions.

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  8. We read the bible to them every night all year round, And teach them about God. Christmas time is just part of the journey to living for Christ.

    ladybethanysathotmaildotcom

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  9. Val Pearson lastnerve2000 at gmail dot com.

    I read to my little ones each night and we practice giving to others quite often. I want them to grow up wanting to give without receiveng.

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  10. I explain that all of this Christmas maddness with decorations and lights is just a big birthday party to celebrate Jesus' birthday. This is a birthday party - not a day to celebrate us.

    safety_chick@hotmail.com

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  11. Kara- kdrave11 at gmail dot com

    by helping out in the community. Giving to others is better than getting yourself

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  12. Britni Bradford britni.manry (at) gmail.com

    Our daughter is only 1, but I hope to start some Christmas traditions this year, like incorporating advent traditions, doing a Jesus birthday cake, picking one toy out to donate to less fortunate kiddos, etc.

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  13. Gidget homeschoolingunscripted@gmail.com

    My kids enjoy throwing Jesus a birthday party - complete with birthday cake

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  14. my los are still under 2 so we have been discussing this a lot. we read the story of jesus' birth and have talked about doing a cake for him.. we try to do three gifts.. gold frankincense and myrrh...

    coleycoupons at yahoo dot com

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  15. Karissa

    kmlyniec At g mail dot com

    We will celebrate our first christmas this year with our son. But we started a tradition when we were first married that we start christmas morning with worship.

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  16. I have two nieces & we talk a lot about Christmas being Jesus' Birthday & we read the bible together.

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  17. Forgot my email: gina-hull at att dot net

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  18. Audra Weathers
    Snowflake Day Play at gmail dot com

    Our daughter is 4, so we've been explaining Christmas in simple terms...trying to get the point across that it's about celebrating the birth of Jesus and not about how many presents you get.

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  19. We go to church and sing and worship, use our nativity set, and make ornaments (star, popsicle cross, etc) and give to others
    marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  20. NeKisha Rowe
    keke_d_83(at)hotmail(dot)com
    We teach the real meaning of Christmas by using an advent devotional and keeping Santa totally out of the picture.

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