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Care for Creation book review

Posted by Tara Burner 1 comments


care for creation

This is an easy to read and apply book for children who love the environment and God as well.
It’s refreshingly illustrated and the pages contain ways for children to respect the environment and what could happen (and in fact is happening) due to others not conserving and protecting our resources.
The children learn these facts and they are reinforced with Bible scripture that applies to the specific situation so they can be good stewards of God’s planet He entrusted us to take care of.

At the end of the book there are suggested activities and topics of discussion to further help reinforce what He says about taking care of Earth and what He has provided for us.

You can get your copy at CareforCreationBook.com.
It’s available in a variety of formats…hard cover, Kindle, pdf, Nook, iPad

You can meet the author, Christy Baldwin on Facebook
Christy Baldwin Bio:
Writing has been a passion of Christy’s since she was very young. As a child, she loved to write stories for her grandfather and poems just for fun. She lives in Mason, Ohio with her family and is active in church, Boy Scouts, Girls Scouts and volunteering with various organizations. Christy has a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Cedarville University and a master’s degree in Special Education from the University of Scranton. She is a stay at home mom who enjoys spending time with her kids and being involved in their schools. Her previous children’s titles include Nine Things Nathan Noticed at Night and Remembering Wilma.

You may also want to visit Tribute Books website or their Facebook page or follow @TributeBooks on Twitter

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1 Comments
Nov 4, 2011
2:34 pm

Tara, thanks for your support of Christy’s book. I’m glad that you enjoyed “Care for Creation” and would recommend it to parents looking to explain the threats facing the environment through a Christian viewpoint.

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