Thursday, November 6, 2014

How to Create a Wholesome Library for Your Family with Books They Will Love!

Have you been wanting to get your hands on some wholesome reading for your children without compromising your values?

Are you tired of walking by the rows of occult books in the stores geared towards your children?

I am--and with the disintegration of morality and purity in our culture it has become ten times harder to find wholesome books for our children so I wanted to list a few, especially for daughters, that I highly  recommend to help you keep excellent books in front of  your children. I have even added descriptions from their website to help you learn more about them.

Let's begin:

From best-selling women’s author Angie Smith comes this sweet children’s book about a stuffed animal named Audrey Bunny who fears her imperfections make her unworthy of a little girl’s love. She'll learn the truth soon enough, and young readers will learn that everyone is special and wonderfully made by God. Illustrations are by the incredibly talented Breezy Brookshire.

 For Such a Time as This illuminates the stories from the perspective of prominent women of the Bible, including Eve, Sarah & Hagar, Esther, Mary Magdalene, Gomer, and more with vivid and historical accuracy. Girls aged 6 to 10 will enjoy learning about God through the recounts of the Bible’s heroines and stunning illustrations. Summaries at the end of each story highlight the attribute of God to be learned and offer thoughtful reflections for both parent and child to takeaway.
This is a beautiful, hardcover book that will become a special book in your daughter's life! Beautiful pictures and important stories to learn from.

Bless the Lord: The 103rd Psalm, is the second in the Illustrated Psalm series by artist Johannah Bluedorn. This beautiful, hardcover book features page after page of intricate color paintings illustrating the words of this much-loved psalm. It also sets the Psalm to music.

This giftbox collection of colorful stories makes a perfect present that will delight young girls of every age. This edition includes Ten Girls who Changed the World, Ten Girls who Didn't Give In, Ten Girls who Made a Difference, Ten Girls who Made History, and Ten Girls who Used Their Talents.

My sons have just read Ten Boys Who Changed the World and they really enjoyed it! I will share another post soon on books just for boys."></a><img src="" width="1" height="1" border="0" alt="" style="border:none !important; margin:0px !important;" /

The wonderful books for daughters can be found over at Little Deborah ( a beautiful shop for daughters that I will definitely be sharing on more in the future). You can also find books for older girls there as well--just visit their lovely website to find more great resources for your family!

And since we are on the topic of lovely things for ladies ---don't forget about the Lilla Rose Sale that started today! There is FREE shipping on orders over $40 and 10% off holiday select styles for 48 hours. These are also great of all ages--even moms (we are offering a buy three get one free special for new customers, just place your order through our site -June Fuentes-and we'll send you a free coupon!)!

And finally, if you are interested in creating a wholesome library for the older people in your family (like for you and your husband or your older teens) that will challenge and inspire you, be sure to check out The Ultimate Christian Living Bundle that I posted about yesterday. They have an amazing selection full of Charles Spurgeon, DL Moody, Jonathon Edwards, and more-- I just got mine and can't wait to start reading

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