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Introducing Generous Kids

Generous Kids books teach age-appropriate concepts about money, contentment, and self-worth.

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The Values Project

is a year-long initiative designed to equip families to raise children who thrive emotionally, socially, and spiritually.

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Fall New Releases - Pre-Order Now!

The Very Best Story

The Gospel story in a unique and creative way.

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May God Bless You

In gentle rhyming text, Sarah Raymond Cunningham explores the curiosity and wonder of a child’s life.

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Little Steps, Big Faith

Dr. Dawn Rundman navigates the research to arrive at surprising insights about how very young children experience God.

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Porcupine’s Pie

Inspire children ages 4-8 to act generously.

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Author Q&A – The Very Best Story Ever Told: The Gospel with American Sign Language

Discover how American Sign Language helps kids remember the story of the Gospel in this Q&A with author and pastor Robin Curie. The Very Best Story Ever Told: The Gospel with American Sign Language is now available wherever books are sold!

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Hot Marshmallows vs. Cool Imagination

Maybe you’ve seen the videos demonstrating the marshmallow test. A young child is ushered into a room by an adult researcher who says something like: “Here’s a marshmallow for you. If you wait until I come back, you can have two. Or you can eat it now, but you only get the one marshmallow.” The researcher leaves and the torture begins.

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The True Meaning of Adventure

“Let’s go on an adventure!” is a phrase I used many times parenting my daughter and son when they were younger. It usually got a quick and positive response—until one day it didn’t.

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Paddle Forward!

Sometimes adults need children to remind them that the seemingly ordinary and inconvenient things in life can be full of wonder.

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