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Veggie Tales Devotional for Boys: Review & #Giveaway!!!!


Recently, I was given the opportunity to review Veggie Tales: Every Day w/ God: 365 Daily Devos for Boys.

What a sweet book.  My son reads one page a day, as he's not a big reader and he likes it.  He's 10 so it's a tad young for him BUT it gets the point across. The book is geared to 4-7 year olds.

Here's a bit about the book:

This devotional has newly updated VeggieTales art and can be a powerful tool for helping build a child’s faith by giving them a fun and meaningful way to think about God each day.


Now for the good stuff...the giveaway.

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Comments

Dana Matthews said…
My favorite childhood book was 'Twas the Night Before Christmas. I loved that book year round!
Julie Waldron said…
My favorite childhood book was Ramona The Pest.
Julie Waldron said…
Followed on instagram @jwal902
Linda Trinklein said…
Following on Instagram - here is my link https://www.instagram.com/lindatrinks/
Anonymous said…
Any book! I was always at the library!
Nancy said…
My favorite childhood book was any book in the Little House on the Prairie series.

Nancy
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kelly woods said…
I love the book Love you Forever
Jamie Williams said…
I follow you on Instagram with the name
@kjzmommy99
Jamie Williams said…
My favorite childhood books were the Berenstein bears. I always got those at the book fairs.
LeAnn Harbert said…
I liked Charlottes Web.
Peggy said…
I love the Laura Ingle series.
lisa said…
I follow on IG
@lmkay630 ( lisa )
My favorite childhood book was Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
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Kristina S said…
My favorite childhood book is Freckle Juice
Kristina S said…
I follow on IG @kristinaseverson
Dani McGlothin said…
i followed on IG c0nfusedmel0dy
Shelley Joy P said…
I follow on IG as shelleyjsp
Shelley Joy P said…
My favorite childhood book was The Monster at the End of This Book.
Holly Lawson said…
My favorite childhood book was Winnie the Pooh!
Leela said…
Diary of a wimpy kid.

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