Thursday, April 21, 2011

Easter Books can teach better than Parents

Easter is the celebration where we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. It is the time when Jesus rose from death on third day after crucifixion. Easter is never fixed but always comes on Spring. At this time families spend time with each other helping in the preparation. Easter has a deep meaning and should be conveyed to all the young people.
Making small children understand the meaning of Easter is always been a difficult for parents. It is not the time when there small brain can understand the bible but this is the right time to introduce them. The easiest way is by books. Children love reading colorful books and understand the language of pictures very well. So you can get few colorful books that can convey the meaning of holy week by short stories.
Here is a list of few books that can help you teaching your children.

      The Easter Story
              $ 4.23

This little board book, in only 200 words, can be used to gently introduce a young child to the meaning of Easter and to Christ's death and resurrection. Its bright and beautiful illustrations, rendered in a simple style, make this a perfect book for toddlers.

       The Story of Easter
                  $ 9.32

Drawn from the Gospels- Beautiful visuals drive the story forward- Bible-based text maintains accuracy- Book appeals to all ages- Excellent teaching tool for parents, grandparents, and teachers

       ABC's of Easter
            $ 5.99

Here is a colorful new title from the author and illustrator of the best-selling ABCs of Halloween. Three little rabbits lead children through the alphabet as each letter brings new words for the Easter season. Patricia Eubank"s bright and detailed artwork offers an abundance of details children love to pore over.

           $ 13.38

This book introduces readers to what it means to celebrate Easter, and shows them why this holiday is special.

Books can spread more awareness that one can even think. Books can make the mind set up of any one and if it is about children then special care should be taken in choosing the books.

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