Monday, November 7, 2016

SAY AND PRAY DEVOTIONS by Diane Stortz #SayAndPray #FlyBy

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Synopsis: Bestselling children’s author Diane Stortz has sold nearly 300,000 books—Bible storybooks, devotionals for children, and more. This brand-new title, Say & Pray Devotions, is the perfect beginner devotional for little ones.
Parents who already know and love the Say & Pray Bible will love Say & Pray Devotions as it helps their youngsters continue to engage their faith in a personal way. Featuring the same fun style of artwork and the educational elements as Say & Pray Bible, this devotional for little ones will teach the basics of identification and comprehension while sharing biblical principles for life. Each devotion offers a topical message to help little ones learn and follow biblical principles.


Review: This is a wonderful board book to introduce little ones to the idea of praying through their day. Each brightly colored picture spreads across two pages, with objects labeled so that you can teach them about words, colors, animals, family members, church, prayer, etc. Each two-page spread also includes a simple Bible verse and a one sentence prayer. I am gifting this to my baby grandson and his parents, and am sure they will enjoy sharing it together.

**I was give a copy of this book by FlyBy Promotions and voluntarily chose to review it. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own.**

Rating: Five stars

About the author
 photo DianeStortzPic1_color-200x300-200x300_zpsioxgzuz2.jpgBorn in Detroit and raised in Southern California, Diane Stortz has lived in Cincinnati, OH, since graduating from Arizona State University with a BA in journalism. For ten years she led the book group at Standard Publishing as editorial director.

Diane now runs Izzy's Office, where she edits books and writes for children and adults. Her goal: encouraging you to read, learn, love, and live God's Word, the Bible.

Izzy's Office is named for Diane's first house rabbit, Isabella. A petite Dutch rabbit named Pepe ruled the office for six years too. He liked to nudge her feet for attention when she was at her computer and (he thought) ignoring him.

Diane is married and has two married daughters and three grandsons. These days Diane devotes time to baby care rather than bunny care. Two baby boys joined the family this year!

When she's not writing or editing, Diane enjoys walking, gardening, and planning her next trip to visit her grandkids.


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