A Star for Me Book Review/Giveaway





*Disclosure: I am a Tommy Nelson Mommy and was provided complimentary books to facilitate my review. These are my experiences and opinions yours may differ.*









About the book:

A Star for Me is a count-your-blessings story that will soon become a beloved bedtime tradition during the holidays. At the beginning of the Christmas season, your children will look forward to reading the book and hanging the ornament on a bottom branch of the Christmas tree. Then your family can enjoy the entire story at once or read a few pages at a time as an Advent countdown.
Each night, children can read a bit more about Oliver, an adorable little camel who is part of the caravan traveling toward Bethlehem. As Oliver learns about God’s blessings on each new page, young readers are prompted to talk about their own blessings and then move the star ornament a bit higher on the tree each night. On Christmas Day, children can move the star all the way to the top of the tree and remember the greatest blessing of all—Jesus!
My Review:

I love that this book came with a star ornament to put on the tree. The significance of it it so awesome and definitely something I want to teach my daughter and another kids to come. Jesus is the reason for the season and this little book teaches children that. My daughter is a little too young to quite understand what a blessing is but we will be teaching her and telling her each day how mommy and daddy have been blessed. This is a great book to get the family together with. 
You can learn more about the book at A Star for me online. You can also enter to win a copy below. Good luck!


8 comments:

  1. We never have but it is something I would like to start!

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  2. We haven't as a family, but I'd love to have a Jesse tree and do devotions with it next year

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  3. No, we haven't have it before but we would love to!
    Thank You for the chance

    Fiona N

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  4. We have used an Advent wreath before.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  5. We really haven't as a family because everyone is scattered in so many directions. It's hard for us to get together.

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  6. We do, we give small tokens of affection (chocolate, pencils, card, etc)

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  7. No we have not used it before.

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  8. We never have, but would love to start!

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