365 Bible Promises for Little Hearts by Phil. A Smouse

365 Bible Promises for Little Hearts by Phil. A Smouse
Encouraging, Character-Building Thoughts for Kids Ages 3 to 7
Genre: Christian Children’s Daily Devotional
Pages: 384 Paperback
Date Published: February 1st 2012
Publisher: Barbour Books

Parents, teach your kids about God’s faithfulness with 365 Bible Promises for Little Hearts! This book for 3–7-year-olds is packed with age-appropriate scriptures, devotional thoughts, and colorful illustrations. 365 Bible Promises for Little Hearts features daily readings on the encouraging, character-building, powerful promises of scripture—on topics such as Courage, Faith, Fear, God’s Blessings, Heaven, Peace, Wisdom, and much more. Author and illustrator Phil A. Smouse has created an engaging way to introduce your kids to God’s faithfulness, by showing His many promises from the Bible.

Read in February, 2012 — I own a copy

A few years ago I first discovered the fun and amusing illustrations and devotions of Phil A. Smouse in My Everyday Promise Bible subtitle: 365 Promises for Little Hearts. This year you can rediscover all that in a fresh reprint. While the Promise Bible was hardcover with a ribbon, the 365 Bible Promises for Little Hearts: Encouraging, Character-Building Thoughts for Kids Ages 3 to 7 is a great hand-size paperback. Considering the pages are numbered (“Day 52”) there is no real need for the ribbon anyway… While the main interior text and concept is the same, there are some great new benefits to this edition.

This 2012 Bible Promises book is available in eBook format as well as this awesome little paperback. It is also printed in the United States as opposed to India like the one before. That is a major plus to me. Maybe I’m being silly, but another thing that I like is that this book is called 365 Bible Promises – it immediately tells me that it is a devotional while with the former being called My Everyday Promise Bible makes me feel like it should have been more than just devotional. Overall, I definitely think you could be pleased with this one added to your child’s shelf.

*Thanks to Barbour Books for providing a copy for review.*

Also check out my review on the Big Book of Bible Stories.

PHIL SMOUSE has written and illustrated numerous books for children, including Jesus Wants All of Me, an award-winning adaptation of My Utmost for His Highest. But, he says, ‘Despite my best efforts to fabricate an impressive resume, other than the books, etc., I’m just Daddy,’ Phil and his wife have two children and live in Monroeville, Pennsylvania.

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