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Review/Giveaway of “Heaven is for Real for Kids”

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I read Heaven is for Real for Kids by Todd and Sonja Burpo to my kids this week.  The book is a large hard back book with beautiful (really gorgeous!) illustrations.  Each page has something that Colton experienced in heaven, as well as Scripture from the Bible about the same thing.  I’ve really enjoyed getting to know this little boy and his story.  It seems as though the Lord has granted him this special opportunity.  And He’s using it to bring more people to Himself!
My kids were enthalled with the book, and I believe that it gives them a greater idea of what to expect about heaven.  And it helps them to know how much Jesus loves them!  I especially love that we read what the Bible itself says about heaven.  I would definitely recommend this book!
Check out these fun links.  My kids had fun with the coloring sheets.  🙂
Sunday School Curriculum for ages 4-8
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Tommy Nelson is providing a copy of this beautiful book for one blessed winner!  Enter through the Rafflecopter app below.  The contest ends next Tuesday, 2/20/13.  The winner will be contacted by email and have 48 hours to reply with their mailing address.  (Click through to I Choose Joy! if you don’t see where to enter.)

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(This post contains affiliate links.  I received a complimentary copy from Tommy Nelson in exchange for this honest review.  All opinions are my own.  I’m disclosing this in accordance with FTC guidelines.)


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  2. sounds like a great book!

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