I’m a big believer in books for kids! So here’s a list of books for kids by Lutheran authors, largely to remind you of some of the more recent gems. (Let me know about more in the comments or on Facebook!)
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You know how reviews help both readers & writers? You should write reviews. 🙂 Even if you only leave stars and no text! But you can also vote on stuff, such as the 2019 Fiction Readers Summit Novel of the Year.
My dears, I’m making a business plan. I’ve written a children’s book on the blessed Trinity. It is straight-forward, rhyming, simple, orthodox language to help parents and children think and talk about their God. I have gotten feedback and approval from others about the text, saved up money to have it illustrated, found a deal for that illustration work, and now I’m planning & organizing before taking the plunge. To that end, I need to gather some information on how many sales I might be able to make in the first year or two of sales. Thus, I’m putting together a poll on Trinity for Tots for the occasion.
Today I’ll share a link to a poem, “Advent,” by Christina Rossetti. It’s a lovely little read from an Anglo-Catholic Anglican. 🙂
I’d like to give a little shout-out to pastors’ wives. This month I’ve been seeing quite of a few of them post about interesting things they create and sell. Well, you know how I am when I hear about Lutheran artists, crafters, etc. 🙂 It makes me want to share!
Katie Koplin is joining forces with Gretchen Baker for an Advent Bible Study on The Gift of Faith: A Party with the Great Cloud of Witnesses.
Time to list some of the 2020 Advent Resources. 🙂 You’ll forgive me if I’m prone to listing the freebies on the Internet, won’t you?
Happy Thanksgiving! I wish you a day full of gratitude and possibly pumpkin! 🙂 But I also want to tell you about a limited time art offer by none other than Lutheran artist Ed Riojas!
Ladies & gentlemen, CPH is having a Thanksgiving Sale and several quality books are listed at only $5! Plus more at $7! Be sure to check it out! 😀
Lutheran author and artist Ray Spitzenberger commented on his Facebook the other day about seeing a message on Facebook: “Without dreams we reach nothing.” He applied it to himself, as he continues to write and pursue his passions, so let’s go ahead and apply it to ourselves, too. 🙂 We’ll find we’re in good company with him.