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Book Review - "The Flowering Cross"

I recently received "The Flowering Cross" by Beth Ryan to review. I read it to my girls, age seven and four, tonight at bedtime. The girls were excited to the reading. They were engaged, entertained and easily followed along, understanding the meaning of the story.

"The Flowering Cross" is an Easter story about a little girl and her next-door neighbor whom she brings to church. It was a touching story. I have to admit, I got a bit choked up by the end of the book seeing the power of God’s ability to use a little girl to bring an old man to Christ.

The book includes scriptures, Faith Imprints which are suggestions on how parents can share God’s word, and instructions for making a flowering cross.

My daughters asked if we could make a flowering cross too!

"The Flowering Cross" would make a lovely Easter gift for any young child. 

This book was provided free through the Book Sneeze blogger program. 
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