Book Giveaway NOW CLOSED: – A Pumpkin Prayer by Amy Parker

AND THE WINNER IS: (name so strategically pulled from a Glad container by 2 yr. old Tarah)

ALISHA! Congratulations!

A Pumpkin Prayer by Amy Parker is a brand new publishing for Tommy Nelson, children’s division of Thomas Nelson Publishing.  With beautiful fall colors, Kirsten Richards illustrates this book just preciously.

Perfect for toddlers and preschoolers (age 1-5), this book is so fun as an example of prayer for little ones.  The velvet sparkling leaves on the cover of the book are wonderful for tiny fingers to touch and feel.

Want one for your sweet baby (or grandbaby)? I know you do! Just enter this giveaway until this Friday, Oct. 21, 2011, 10:00 am, EST by subscribing to the blog using the button to the right of this post. Be sure to leave a comment saying you’ve done so! Or if you are already a subscriber, leave a comment answering how you like to spend family time during the fall season or how you like to help your children learn to be thankful.

Fantastic fall is here for sure!

Disclosure: Tommy Nelson provided this book to me in exchange for my opinions. All opinions are my own.

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  1. Sarah Rothermel says:

    We love camping in the fall, which we are doing right now. Quality family time, simply beautiful. Nature walks are my favorite and pointing out all the amazing things He created!

  2. how you like to spend family time during the fall season?

    We started a tradition of writing things we are thankful for on a white board on our fridge. Everyday a new message brings love and support to each other. Sometimes, I find myself surprised by what I didn’t think goes noticed and that being told “thank you” in writing is so encouraging. We also do the pumpkin patch as a family (in fall festive costumes this year we are going as pilgrims. =) ).

  3. Sara Shoop says:

    We love to visit the Pumpkin Patch! It has become a family tradition.
    This books looks really cute.

  4. We love to pick pumpkins, jump in the leaves, have bonfires down on the farm and talk about the beautiful colors of leaves, etc. that God has made.

  5. I am trying to acquire some “seasonal” Christian books, so this would be a perfect addition! We like to spend the fall trying to get out to the corn fields and pumpkin farms to burn off energy and see new things. This year to teach Hailey what we’re thankful for, I’m making a “Thankful Tree” (twigs in a vase with little paper circles adorned on the twigs). Although she won’t understand it this year, I’m planning to bring it out each year and we’ll put new things we’re thankful for on it.

  6. Oooo, fall books are my favorite, so much good stuff, all that point to the Creator! My favorite idea for fall is to simply gather sticks from outside, place them in a vase, grab some scrap pieces of paper and paper clips, then chose a “leaf” each day and have each person write a thankful-for item on it. After several days, you have a beautiful tree. We used it as a centerpiece at our Thanksgiving table.

    1. I LOVE this idea. You told me about it last year and I want to do it this year. Maybe it will be a great starter project tomorrow on the day off school! 🙂

  7. Count me in- although my girl is grown, I sure love to share great books with young ones as I teach Sunday School, babysit or spend time together! Found you via FB Christian Women’s Bloggers Group!

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