With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart: Easter Ebook giveaway

Friday, March 29, 2013

Easter Ebook giveaway

 Nadine is a homeschooler and blogger.  She just finished writing an Ebook for Easter and contacted me to take a peek and offer a giveaway to one of my readers.


The Bunny, the Egg and The Cross,
Walking the Steps of Jesus With Little Hands and Little Hearts,
has nine lessons (aimed toward children 2-6 years old) than teaches kids how the bunny and Easter eggs can represent Jesus and then walks them through the last week of Jesus' earthly life.  There is a short devotional and craft for every day from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday. 
The Ebook begins with a short history of some of the things associated with Easter.  There are Scripture verses to read together and a craft to do for each day during the week.
I didn't have much time since I received a copy, but I was able to spend an afternoon with some of my grandchildren learning the lesson, Faith the size of a mustard seed.  
Their ages range from just 3 to 9 years old.
As you can see in the photos, they all enjoyed the project and interacted well. 

We did embellish the project just a bit with paper flowers as each child made their own greenhouse.  The Ebook is complete with templates and a supply list as well as instructions for every craft.
Also included is a list of books to read with
your children and memory cards for scriptures that can be printed and
laminated. The scripture verses were chosen to help the kids
remember the concepts presented in the “Let’s Talk About It” section of
each lesson.

If you would like to enter this giveaway for
The Bunny, the Egg and The Cross,
Walking the Steps of Jesus With Little Hands and Little Hearts,
(a copy emailed to you from Nadine as a pdf), just leave a comment on this post.  I will pick a winner on Monday, April 1st, 2013.

The Ebook is also available for purchase at Nadine's blog, Two Hens in the Kitchen

11 comments:

Shelia said...

This sounds marvelous! I wish I had these resources when my children were little! Thank you so much for popping in to see me and I wish you and yours a Happy Easter.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Barbara F. said...

This book sounds wonderful, I don't have little ones to pass it on to (maybe pass it along to some g'mas I know in Blogland!), but I would even enjoy reading it myself. Happy and blessed Easter to you and your sweet family, Lorraine. xo

marie said...

I love this! What a terrific Easter activity. Thank you (and Nadine) for the chance to win it!
Thanks for the link to her blog too!
Looks like your grandchildren enjoyed this a lot!!

Gina Gao said...

This sounds really great!

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Suzanne said...

Oh how sweet! Well, my youngest is 9,but, like you, I have 4 little grandchildren and we grandmas always need something to do with them:-)

Ann said...

Sounds like a sweet book for the little ones.
Happy Easter

Angie Schneider said...


Sounds like a perfect Easter gift.
Happy Easter!

SarahGeorge said...

Dear Lorraine, Thank you for the introduction on the book. Could see your grand kids had a nice time learning new things:-) Think its a perfect book for little ones. Wish you and your family a Blessed Easter!

lindsey said...

Thank you for sharing this lovely ebook Lorraine. I love the photo's of your grandchildren carrying out the activities...what fun they are having!

JAPAN SAMURAI said...


Hello.
It is very cute. Our children are fun. You're very happy.
Habit to celebrate Isuta does not exist in Japan. I'm sorry.
Spring in Japan is an art festival Setouti.
Setouti is Japanese Mediterranean.
Ryoma Sakamoto:. D: D: D





podso said...

You have the best ideas. I do love this and what you have done with your grands is just wonderful. A great tool to put it all together; Easter can be confusing for little ones with all the attention to bunnies and eggs and candy!

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