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Easter is fast approaching and this is a special time of year for so many families. I’ve been blessed to be able to stay home and homeschool my children, and part of that journey includes learning about world cultures and religion. Currently, we have been enjoying reading The Easter Storybook by David C Cook as we explore who Jesus is and what it means to be a Christian.
About The Easter StoryBook
The Easter Storybook has 40 short stories that are meant to be read daily. The stories focus on Jesus’s whole life and are written in a way that makes it easy for children to understand while still being captivating enough to keep the kids interested in the story itself. Each story includes a bible passage and ends with a question to help you and your family reflect on and discuss what you just read.
The book is a quality hardcover book and the stories are well-illustrated, which is important because my youngest two still really like picture books. I have a hard time capturing their attention with chapter books that don’t have pictures. With that said, the stories are still compelling enough for older kids and the whole family to enjoy.
The Easter Storybook is a family-friendly book that all ages can appreciate. Whether you are a Christian yourself, or simply want to learn more about different religions in your world studies, this book makes a great addition to your school library.
Our family has been enjoying reading this book during our world culture studies, which is about once a week. Even though you could read every day during lent since there are 40 stories, the book can be enjoyed at any time of the year.
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