Saturday, March 14, 2015

Duck Commander Devotions for Kids by Korie Robertson & Chrys Howard, Illustrated by Holli Conger

Disclosure - free sample provided.

Duck Commander Devotions for Kids is a book written by Korie Robertson and Chris Howard.  It is Illustrated by Holli Conger.  It is written by a mother and daughter.  The book is a series of stories.  The stories are not about their show, but about things that have happened to them throughout life.  Their idea is to teach children through storytelling.  This is a devotional book written just for children.  This book contains stories that are written in a simple manner because they are for kids.  Each story is about 1 -2 pages long.  Each little story references a part of the bible that the story relates to.  

Some of the stories in the book include The Good Book, Fishing for Men, Making Good Choices, and many more.  Making Good Choices is one of my favorites.  This story features John Luke.  He wants to buy a sailboat.  The story talks about some of the complications of going out sailing.  He had been warned of possible dangers by his mom and dad.  The complications were a signal to him that going out sailing was not a good idea.  The idea behind this was that he listened to his mom and dad and was able to avoid danger.  This is just one of the great lessons that you can find in the stories found in Duck Commander Devotions for Kids.

I found this book to be a great devotional for my 8 and 10 year old children.  We think that teaching our children what is right and wrong is very important.  This book really helps children understand that in a fun and entertaining way.  The fact that my children are big Duck Commander fans also really helped them want to get into this book.  The book is beautifully illustrated.  Every 1-2 page story in the Duck Commander Devotions for Kids is also illustrated with fun pictures.  The pictures make reading more fun for children.  It helps them get into the book more.  The book definitely presented a clear message to my children.  It did a great job helping my children understand how parts of the bible can be explained by everyday life stories.  This is a great book that I would suggest for children ages 6 years and up.  This would even be great for younger children, and you could read it to them.  This would make a really nice gift for a child too!

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1 comment:

  1. Wow - this sounds like a really good book, I always look for devotions for kids.