God’s Easter Miracles
God’s Easter Miracles is a children’s book written by Lee Ann Mancini and illustrated by Dan Sharp.
From The Back Cover:
In God’s Easter Miracles, the sea kids learn that Easter isn’t just about the Easter bunny or candy. It’s about Jesus Christ giving up His life for all of us, and how we are to sacrifice ourselves for others. Paul, who is autistic, struggles with relationships. Jimmy doesn’t want to share and Lenny clings to life due to a terrible boat accident.
On Easter Sunday, the children witness the power of prayers. Their Sunday School teacher, Miss Linda, tells the children, “Truly God has blessed us with many Easter miracles. Lenny was healed, and Jimmy asked Jesus into his heart.” Even Paul has a miraculous change of heart. A true lesson of becoming more like Jesus is learned in this beautiful Easter story of love and grace.
The pictures and the characters are so much fun. My grandson loved learning about the cute sea creatures.
In this book children learn about Easter, and the real meaning of it. They learn about God, Jesus, praying, and answered prayers. Miss Linda, their Sunday School Teacher, who they love, has surprises for them.
This book is a good length to read to younger children. The bright colored illustrations are perfect for preschool ages children. It is a welcomed addition to our storybook reading routine.
You can buy God’s Easter Miracles HERE
The author, Lee Ann Mancini, is a wife and mother who has devoted her life to being a servant of God. She teaches at a Bible college and seminary. The illustrator, Dan Sharp, has been illustrating children books for over thirty years.
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