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Children’s Book Review & Giveaway: A Very Happy Easter Prayer

Bestselling author Bonnie Rickner Jensen, best known for the Really Woolly® brand, has sold more than 1,000,000 books, and her rhyming verse will charm families as they read through this sweet book celebrating the spring season and Easter. This board book will be die-cut around the shape of a dogwood tree with tons of sparkle and glitz, making it a beautiful way for parents to help their children celebrate the resurrection of Jesus.

With the same glitter and foil coverage that sparked attention for A Very Merry Christmas Prayer, the all-new A Very Happy Easter Prayer will be the perfect gift for Easter baskets. Parents will love engaging young children with the concept of the resurrection in gentle, age-appropriate ways.

With a timeless message and a low price point, A Very Happy Easter Prayer will delight readers and bring families together to celebrate the resurrection year after year.

Bonnie Rickner Jensen is a bestselling author who for the past 20 years has written everything from children’s books to gift books to thousands of greeting cards. She is the writer behind the bestselling Really Woolly® brand, with more than a million books sold and an ECPA Gold Award-winning Really Woolly Bedtime Prayers. Bonnie has won a Retailer’s Choice Award for her book I Love You Head to Toe and also several Louie Awards for her work in the social expression industry. Her favorite inspirations are her grandchildren, running, and sunshine. She lives and works from her home in Cleveland, Ohio.

My Take…

This book was given to me for my honest opinion and – as always – that’s what you’ll get.

When the world gives you lemons, you make lemonade. Right? Well, when the world bombards your children with bunnies and Easter eggs – if you’re Bonnie Rickner Jensen – you make a book that marries reality with whimsy…a book that brings Easter, and Spring, back around to God. By page 10, I was choked up because Jensen reminds even the youngest of minds that Easter is all about what Christ did and how He gives us “a brand-new start.”

If you’re worried that this board book is illustrating the passion of Christ for a little one not prepared for such, don’t be. Jensen has taken a prayer of thanks and applied it to the beauty of the world around us today – Spring, flying kites, daffodils, and water puddles.

This book would be a beautiful addition to your child’s Easter basket this year. You can purchase it through your local book carrier, bookstore, or your local Christian bookstore.

For Little’s honest opinion of this book go here:

https://youtu.be/QXJsMtWr-kY

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5 thoughts on “Children’s Book Review & Giveaway: A Very Happy Easter Prayer”

  1. Sounds like a perfect way to help kids see what Easter is all about while at the same time making it a fun book! I’ve never thought before about how careful you would need to be when telling kids about Jesus’ death, but that’s a great point!

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