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Christmas Prayers for Bedtime

Jan Fischer

Publisher: Barbour Books

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For spiritual &quote;quality time&quote; with your five- to eight-year-old kids this holiday season, check out Christmas Prayers for Bedtime-going a step beyond the traditional storybook! In 31 easy-to-understand devotional readings, kids will learn to pray about the things most important to them-family, friends, hope, peace, and more-as they see how these topics are addressed in God's Word. Each chapter is accompanied by full-color illustration and design, making Christmas Prayers for Bedtime an ideal book for learning and fun.

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