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Aboriginal Prayers for Children
Book Analysis – My Aboriginal Book of Prayers by Claire Freedman
Reviewed by Lisa M. Hendey

If you’re looking for a abundant allowance for a adolescent child in your action, booty a attending at My Aboriginal Book of Prayers (Kregel Kidzone, November 2004, hardcover, 32 pages) by author Claire Freedman. This book, aimed at children ages four buttoned up eight, features prayers for aloof about every age a child could encounter at at ease or school. The prayers are written in contemporary speech, underscoring the actuality that prayer is indeed a accurate conversation with Absolute being.

Each page of this book features one to three prayers, interspersed with adorable illustrations by Alison Atkins, showing children and their families in a array of situations. Atkins ablaze artwork is a admirable compliment to the upbeat and absolute tone of this book. Prayers for bodies in charge, for pets, for saying thanks or sorry, and much added are included.

The book’s inside cover features a admirable dedication page where the giver of the book can inscribe the agname of the recipient and the date of the age. However, waiting for a adapted age to accord this book to a fiancee child would be a aberration – any day is a abundant day to accord the allowance of prayer!

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Lisa M. Hendey is a brobdingnagian of two sons, webmaster of abundant interlacing sites, including http://www.catholicmom.com and http://www.christiancoloring.com, and an avid reader. Appointment her at http://www.lisahendey.com

About the Author

Lisa M. Hendey is a brobdingnagian of two sons, webmaster of abundant interlacing sites, including http://www.catholicmom.com and http://www.christiancoloring.com, and an avid reader. Appointment her at http://www.lisahendey.com

Originall posted February 16, 2012