Tuesday, July 2, 2013

The Christian Alphabet Book - Review

The Christian Alphabet Book: Teaching Children about Jesus, Prayer, and the Bible guides you with Christian words and visuals from A to Z by Tracy Sands is a  wonderful book for children.  The visuals are beautiful and will catch a child’s eye in a moment.   Just one of the many ways of teaching is a search and find method.  My grandson who is three has enjoyed picking out a letter on the cover and then we go and find what it stands for and we read that section. We have gone through the book this way and I am impressed with his knowledge.
Tracy Sands is the author of this book and shows us a different way to teach the Christian ABC’s.  Although I have always heard ABC as Admit, Believe, and Confess,  as long as the meaning gets across ABC can stand for different aspects of the Christian Life.   I like the fresh approach of A-Z standing for a different aspect of Christianity life.
There are two pages each devoted to one letter.  There are many bible verses that aren given so you can go and look up the verse for yourself and see how it pertains to that particular alphabet letter.  There is a prayer at the end of each letter.  There is also a CD with songs and music to go along with the book.  

I think this book is perfet for children three through six.
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More on Tracy Sands
Each letter is educational and deep in meaning to the author. In them you will find close to 100 ancient and modern images used in the past 2000 years to express the Christian Faith. The author has hopes of sharing all of the basic aspects of Christianity with those who really look into The Christian Alphabet.


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