Pre-Order Now!"Christ's Emancipation of Women in the New Testament" by Lynne Hilton Wilson
Book Synopsis: Jesus entered a society with many deeply instilled barriers to His teachings. He shocked his audiences with declarations of His Messiahship. Equally as shocking, He appreciated and validated women, children, and servants. As decisively as He cleansed the temple, Jesus attacked the cultural falsehoods that surrounded Jewish family life. He tore down false practices and notions regarding women, children, and family relationships. He denounced centuries of harmful traditions that destroyed marital partnerships and led to misogyny. In order to appreciate the dramatic change that Jesus made to the role of women, this book places Jesus’ teachings in the context of Judeo-Greco-Roman family life of the day.
"I thought you might enjoy knowing the connection between your "Speak With Me" books and the World Cup. Here is the story:
In our school we have two little girls whose father plays for the professional Stuttgart football club. The family is from Mexico also plays on the Mexican national team.
One of the players daughters has Sammy Learns to Speak checked out and it is overdue! I am hoping that the book comes back because I can't easily replace it and because the family is leaving our school at the end of this year. However, if the book somehow stays with the family, I think it will be in good hands and well used!
"...these books will be an excellent addition to every home library for sound skills, regardless of speech ability. This is a well-rounded book providing parental speech therapy training, all in wonderfully short stories presented with beautiful illustrations.
The additional inclusion of the Practice Worksheet makes them a must have for every speech therapist and any family with a desire to encourage proper speech patterns from an early age and in a fun and inviting way.
Enjoy the books in the Speak With Me series with your children, whether or not they have speech difficulty; they will enjoy the story and practice sounds happily as you read together." Product review by Donna Campos, Senior Product Reviewer, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, LLC,
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Just to let you know - my daughter Lena, who turns 5 today, is a BIG fan of your book! We read it several times a week at bedtime. She has a dark palomino stuffed horse that she's named Dobbin, and a smaller gray horse that she's named Sparkle.
Sorry to hear that Dobbin has crossed the Rainbow Bridge. :-( He seemed like a real gentleman, besides having that gorgeous mane & tail.
Hope you write another book!
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COMING SOON! Title: Grace Anne Learns to Tell the Truth Author: Cindy Anne Duncan Illustrator: Manelle Oliphant
Reviews: "I love the Illustrations! The texture if beautiful" "This is such a great topic!" -Parent "Can we read it again?" -3 year old child "This is a great way to address these topics. And this book has an underlined theme of accepting those who are different."