7.07.2014

A Night Night Prayer by Amy Parker ~ A Children's Book Review and Giveaway



Amy Parker
Illustrated by Caroline Pedler
Children's Fiction

Back of the book:

Shhh, it's time for a night night prayer . . .

Join Little Alpaca as he says "night night" to his puppy, his kitty, his mommy and daddy, and most of all to God! Your little ones will learn to be thankful for God's blessings while they snuggle in for a peaceful night's sleep.




My thoughts:

Who doesn't love a sweet little alpaca? We are completely smitten with this particular one. The illustrations in this new bedtime board book are adorable. And the gently rhyming text is a nice soothing way to wind down before tucking your little one in bed.

In A Night Night Prayer Little Alpaca is ready to go to sleep but must first say his prayers. He begins to count the blessing of his day and saying good night to each one. He starts with the sun and works his way through the birds and the flowers and his little puppy. Little Alpaca's prayer ends by thanking God for his mommy and daddy and most importantly God's love for each of us.

This book would make a delightful addition to your family's nighttime routine. It is a gentle reminder for children to thank God each day for the blessings that He has bestowed upon them.

The Giveaway:

We have partnered with Tommy Nelson to offer one of our readers a copy of the book A Night Night Prayer. The giveaway is open to U.S. residents and will run through midnight on Monday, July 21, 2014. You must be at least 18 years old to enter. The winner will be contacted by email and will have forty-eight hours to claim the prize. If unclaimed, a new winner will be drawn. The winners’ entries will be verified. Please enter the contest using the Rafflecopter form below. All entries are optional.

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7 comments:

  1. Mommy and Daddy love you, but Jesus loves you more! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. i love you, the angels are with you while you sleep.

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  3. "Momma and Daddy love you, Jason, but God loves you the most!"

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    1. I didn't mean to copy Laura's post (above) - I didn't even see it before I posted mine! I guess great minds think alike ;)

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    2. Ha! I think saying I love you but Jesus loves you more is a popular thing. It blesses my heart to see so many of you sending your kiddos off to sleep with such precious words!

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    1. Perfect ending to any day!

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