Jelly Bean Blessings

Jelly Bean Blessings [PDF / Epub] ☁ Jelly Bean Blessings By Maddie Frost – Jelly Bean Blessings is a cheery seasonal board book that celebrates all springtime blessings Kids will be drawn to the charming cover and whimsical art, and they ll love the idea of exploring the man Jelly Bean Blessings is a cheery seasonal board book that celebrates all springtime blessings Kids will be drawn to the charming cover and whimsical art, and they ll love the idea of exploring the many reasons we love springFrom picking flowers to jumping in puddles to eating delicious jelly beans, these activities are a fun way to thank God for the beautiful parts of the season that we get to enjoy together With charming art and an adorable cover, Jelly Bean Blessings is the perfect way to celebrate all the wonderful blessings of spring.


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  • Board Book
  • 20 pages
  • Jelly Bean Blessings
  • Maddie Frost
  • 01 August 2018
  • 9781400209323

15 thoughts on “Jelly Bean Blessings

  1. says:

    Great friends playing together book

  2. says:

    JELLY BEAN BLESSINGS is a cute rhymey book that celebrates spring Only the first page mentions jelly beans which was kind of a disappointment, and I was kind of expecting a Jelly Bean Prayer type book But this was cute for small children The drawings will likely get the attention of the toddler bunch as you talk about the blessings and fun of springtime not jelly beans Great for preschools, daycares, and your own cute little bundle of joy I was given a copy free All opinions are my own.

  3. says:

    This is a wonderfully illustrated book by Maddie Frost, published by Tommy Nelson The book features three little animals, a Fox, Alligator, and a little Pig doing fun activities that little ones would do in the springtime Have jellybeans at Easter time, play in the rain, and jump in puddles Activities your little one can do in the springtime, these little animals are doing in this wonderfully colorful book I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

  4. says:

    What a bright and cheery book to get one in the mood for Spring, and with the eternal winter we are having I am so glad to have such a fun book to read to my kids and cheer us all up and give us some hope for Spring.Filled with whimsical and adorable illustrations and sweet words this book is the perfect addition to any library and is sure to thrill and delight kids of all ages as well as adults Having the animals is so much fun for the kids and my daughter loved finding all of the jelly beans in the pictures.I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.

  5. says:

    The happy tasks and moments Spring brings brighten these pages and bring smiles beaming like rays of sunshine.The shiny green cover with lively characters already declares the atmosphere of the rest of the book Each page presents a joyful illustration with simply molded figures, which invite into a colorful world The positive attitude holds in every aspect and there are enough details spread through out to make it inviting for young listeners to flip through on their own.The format is large enough for little hands and robust enough for a few mishaps Each two pages offers a lovely scene fitting to one Spring activity ranging from hiking to planting seed to Spring cleaning Never do these tasks come across as work, but rather display the joy that each one can bring and form them into real blessings.The text rhymes very nicely and keeps a wonderful flow perfect for reading aloud without any stumbles There s always a repetitive phrase thrown in, like stomp, stomp, stomp , which invites young listeners to join in and have a little fun The ending rounds off with a short yet meaningful thanks to God It s cute, sweet and a warm read.I received this board book through Booklook Bloggers and found it to be a lovely read So, I m leaving my honest thoughts.

  6. says:

    Jelly Bean Blessings is a cheerful read with a springtime theme and fun actions represented in monorhyme The board book has shiny foil accents on the cover, and the inside pages share the wonderful blessings of the spring season.The colorful full page illustrations use a pig, fox, alligator, and other animals to demonstrate the enjoyable activities the season provides, such as planting seeds, picking flowers, and even eating jellybeans The rhyming lines flow nicely, followed by a repetitive word e.g Go, go, go and Scrub, scrub, scrub and a closing statement e.g Let s plant our tiny seeds Illustrator Maddie FrostPublisher Thomas NelsonSeries Sweet BlessingsTarget Age 2 4Pages 20First Line They re colorful and fun.I received a review copy from BookLook Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

  7. says:

    My Thoughts This will make a perfect baby shower gift The colors are so bright and cheerful The little animals are dressed like children enjoying the adventures of springtime The characters enjoy jelly beans, picking flowers,walking in the rain, gardening, flying kites, riding tricycles, hiking, and feeding the birds Sounds like a nice spring for big folks, too, doesn t it The book is written in rhyme, so it will be a nice rhythmic read to your little ones It has lots of colors and things to point to and name The board book is sturdy, and it is approximately 8 square There is no mention of God in the book It is equally charming for believers in Jesus Christ and for those who have yet to meet Him 8.99 UD from Tommy NelsonISBN 978 1 4002 0932 3Disclosure of Material Connection I received this book free from the publisher I was not required to write a positive review The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission s Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

  8. says:

    I received a complimentary copy.Review A book with very vivid and beautiful illustrations that kept my children s interest The wording felt kind of thrown together and not really much of a praise God book, however the last few sentences do state thank God I guess for younger readers the colors are the best part of this book.

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