$ 47.97

Good News Series 3-Pack

By Various Authors

3 Hardcovers.


 

The Good News for Little Hearts series brings gospel help and biblical counsel to families. Based on CCEF’s model of hope and help, each story focuses on an animal family’s real-life issues, encouraging young readers toward a growing relationship with Jesus in the midst of challenging circumstances. Each individual story guides parents toward meaningful conversations with their kids, based on what Scripture has to say about living by faith in everyday life.

By providing biblical help and hope to issues every child faces through vivid illustrations and a story based on a different animal family, even the youngest child will be engaged. Each story offers practical ways to follow Jesus in difficult situations. Instead of a moralistic message, young readers are encouraged to develop a real relationship with the God who cares for them.

This set includes:

 


Caspian Crashes the Party

When You Are Jealous

By Edward T. Welch

Hardcover. 32 Pages


Download a sample chapter of Caspian Crashes the Party.

This colorful, beautifully illustrated children’s book invites children ages three through eight into Caspian Squirrel’s world to learn alongside him how to bring his jealousy to Jesus.

Caspian’s brother, Jax, is having a birthday party, and Caspian is jealous of all the attention and presents Jax is getting. One thing leads to another until Caspian crashes into the tent his parents set up for Jax’s birthday, bringing the whole party down with him. Caspian’s parents talk with him about jealousy and its bad effects, and eventually peace is restored.

Parents and children will learn concrete, grace-based ways to deal with jealousy. Edited by Edward T. Welch, Caspian Crashes the Party ends with a special section that guides parents in teaching their children to respond with faith when jealousy takes hold in their hearts.

Caspian Crashes the Party, along with all of the Good News for Little Hearts books, will become a lifelong gift for parents and children, as well as teachers, biblical counselors, and anyone hoping to provide concrete, grace-based help for young children. Caspian Crashes the Party is illustrated by Joe Hox and edited by Edward T. Welch.


"It was summer in Mulberry Meadow—the season when Jax spent his nights high up in the branches of their oak tree— observing the sky, wide with stars, through his telescope. Each morning he would remember the stars from the night before and record them in his star journal. One morning, while his sister, Jolie, was singing as she danced down the hall, and Papa and Mama were chatting over chestnut tea, he raced downstairs and barreled into the kitchen. He blurted out, 'My birthday’s coming! I saw it in the stars!' Papa replied, 'It sure is! Just days away!'"


Halle Takes a Stand

When You Want to Fit In

By Paul David Tripp

Hardcover. 32 Pages


Download a sample chapter of Halle Takes A Stand.

This colorful, beautifully illustrated children’s book invites children ages three through eight into Halle Hedgehog’s world to learn alongside her how Jesus gives her courage to take a stand against meanness.

Halle Hedgehog has a group of school friends she sits with at lunch and plays with at recess. One day, the whole group excludes another girl and decides to be mean to her. This bothers Halle, but she doesn’t say anything because she doesn’t want to be excluded, too. Halle’s teacher Mr. Owl talks to her about who she really needs to fit in with, and how she can speak out against bullying because Jesus is with her.

Parents and children will learn concrete, grace-based ways to deal with the pressures of fitting in. Edited by Paul David Tripp, Halle Takes a Stand ends with a special section that guides parents in teaching their children to respond with faith when fear or the overwhelming desire to fit in takes hold in their hearts.

Halle Takes a Stand, along with all of the  Good News for Little Hearts books, will become a lifelong gift for parents and children, as well as teachers, biblical counselors, and anyone hoping to provide concrete, grace-based help for young children. Halle Takes a Stand is illustrated by Joe Hox and edited by Paul David Tripp."


“Halle Hedgehog’s silver quills sparkled inthe morning light. She peeked outside to the glistening golden maple. She loved maples—for their color, their leaves, and most of all, their syrup! It just so happened that today was Friday, and Friday was waffle day in the Hedgehog House! Halle rushed downstairs to find Mama warming syrup in her teal tin pot. The kitchen smelled sweet and luscious—like a bustling bakery."


Buster Tries to Bail

When You Are Stressed

By David Powlison

Hardcover. 32 Pages


Download a sample chapter of Buster Tries to Bail.

This colorful, beautifully illustrated children’s book invites children ages three through eight into Buster Bunny’s world to learn alongside him how to bring his worries and stress to Jesus.

Buster loves racing, but the more he thinks about the upcoming competition at the county fair for who will be the fastest animal in Mulberry meadow, the more stressed he gets. No matter how hard he trains, he can’t eat or sleep, and eventually he decides he wants to quit running. Buster’s parents talk with him about quieting the noise in his head so he can listen to Jesus instead of all his worries.

Parents and children will learn concrete, grace-based ways to deal with stress. Based on David Powlison’s minibook Stressed Out and edited by Nan Powlison, Buster Tries to Bail ends with a special section that guides parents in teaching their children to respond with faith when worries take hold in their hearts.

Buster Tries to Bail, along with all of the Good News for Little Hearts books, will become a lifelong gift for parents and children, as well as teachers, biblical counselors, and anyone hoping to provide concrete, grace-based help for young children. Buster Tries to Bail is illustrated by Joe Hox and edited by Nan Powlison.


“'Do you want Freddie to win? Come on, Buster! You’re falling behind! Faster, faster, faster!'The more Coach pushed, the more stressed Buster felt. He wasn’t sure how he’d survive the next two weeks."