God and Me!: Devotions for Girls Ages 6-9
This devotional series written specifically for young girls will encourage your little miss in her daily quiet times with God. Each devotion is composed of a Bible verse, an age-appropriate story, follow-up questions, prayer and a fun activity to teach her more about God and the Bible. Three levels are available for different age groups: ages 2-5, 6-9 and 10-12. And if your daughter can't get enough of her original God and Me devotional, there are two more series (God and Me! 2 and God and Me! 3), that each contain three books - one for each age range. In the original series, the youngest level deals with character traits, both good and bad, Ages 6-9 emphasizes God and what he is like and studies women in the Bible, and Ages 10-12 covers negative and positive traits and habits to develop. In God and Me 2, girls ages 2-5 will learn more about who God is and how He wants them to live their lives, those who are ages 6-9 are encouraged to follow God whole-heartedly as they are introduced to Jesus and to the power of prayer, and lastly, girls 10-12 will discover what it means to love God and others and what it means to grow up as a child of God. God and Me 3 takes youngsters on a journey through growing in God's word and learning His ways, doing their utmost for Him and putting their trust in God, Ages 6-9 shows young ladies who God is and the many aspects of God, His Ways and His help to his children, and girls ages 10-12 will learn about the ten commandments and how to apply them in their lives. Each book is spiral bound with over 100 two-page devotionals, pb. ~ Megan
A devotional series written just for girls. Three levels are available for different age groups: ages 2-5, 6-9, and 10-12. Devotions are generally two pages long. Each devotion starts out with a Bible verse, a short story with follow-up questions, a prayer, and a brief activity of some sort. At the youngest level, they deal with a character trait (either good or bad). At the next level, the emphasis is on God and what He is like, then shifts to a study of women in the Bible. For ages 10-12, the book begins with a personal emphasis, addresses a few negative traits, then discusses many positive traits and habits to develop. This would be a good series to get "little miss" started on.