Christadelphian Children's Books
Book reviews of "Josh and Jenny go to Meeting," "Josh and Jenny go to a Baptism," "Prayers for Young Children," and "Would you Like to be in God's Kingdom."
Do you ever find yourself reminding your children how to behave over and over? The following Christadelphian-authored books might come in handy for you! These books are primarily geared towards ages 5-10ish.
The Whole Armor of God is set during the reign of King Jotham when many in Israel forsook the ways of Yahweh. This delightful novel follows Malchiah, a young adventurous Rechabite, who is part of a remnant of the faithful.
This coloring book is wonderful introduction to young ones on life in the Kingdom. The book includes coloring pages and also some activity pages all focused on the Kingdom.
Non-Christadelphian Children's Books
The books of Kings and Chronicles are full of exciting stories, however it can be difficult sometimes to put them together. This book pieces the history together and makes a very readable bedtime story.
Have your children ever wondered about what it would have been like to be an Israelite child during the Biblical eras? This series of 4 books does a fantastic job of portraying the real life struggles of fictional kids placed during different stages of scripture.
Christadelphian Teaching Resources
The idea of the booklet is to give families not only lots of encouragement to get reading but also lots of ideas as to how to make it work for whatever your situation, age of children or tricky part of Scripture that you are trying to make accessible for younger minds.
What began as a quarterly journal morphed into a digital book that is now over 450 pages long, including classroom management tips, teaching resources and tried and true craft and game ideas from many different Christadelphian Sunday School teachers.
Non-Christadelphian Teaching Resources
This book gives families the opportunity to delve into the nine annual Jewish holidays: Passover, Unleavened Bread, Firstfruits, Pentecost, Trumpets, Day of Atonement, Tabernacles, Hanukkah and Purim.