This week’s guest post is from Cheryl Kerwin, Sr. Marketing Manager at Tyndale.
Tired of giving the same `ol baby shower gift? Are you tired of buying those baby afghans, diaper genies and onesies? We may have an answer for you. Why not give the gift of books! They can provide hours of treasured one-on-one time reading between mommy and child. Please consider our suggested titles below the next time you find yourself going to a baby shower.
Remember the moments…
Most baby books begin when a baby is born, but this one begins when the world was born—from creation, to mom and dad, to baby. There is space to record how mom and dad met, and what they were like as kids. There’s even a family tree. With helpful charts and plenty of space for photos, this baby book will be treasured forever. The acid-free pages are safe for photos and beautifully designed with Little Blessings artwork throughout.
Picture books for Mommy and baby to share…
I Couldn’t Love You More tells a sweet, loving, yet powerful message: I couldn’t love you more, but there is someone who does. Through the unique relationship of adorable animals, the book shares that Christ is always with you and he loves you more than you can imagine.
Best-selling author Karen Kingsbury encourages parents to savor not only their children’s firsts, like first steps and first words, but the lasts as well. With the tenderness of a mother speaking directly to her child.
Through 25 rhyming devotions and fun activities, Mom can answer questions for the curious little one. It’s a great way to introduce kids to faith at an early age yet in an age-appropriate and understandable manner. Each devotion includes a short Bible verse and a prayer that mother and child can recite together. The book ends with a touching prayer every mother will want to pray for her children.
This best-selling classic has sold nearly 2 million copies in over 90 languages around the world. This edition contains 125 of the best-loved stories from the Bible, retold in simple words by Kenneth N. Taylor. Each story is illustrated with beautiful art by Richard and Francis Hook.
And for those quiet moments…
Every new mom experiences a myriad of emotions—joy, love, the frightening, yet terrific reality that you are now responsible for a tiny little dependent. This devotional will be a great companion for Mom during the small amount of time she gets to sit and be still and think of the truths of God’s word, while relating it to her new favorite subject—her baby.