102 Differences Between Cats and Dogs for Kids
We all know that cats and dogs are different, and so do our kids! Using cat and dog personalities and cartoon illustrations, this book teaches children the difference between a God-centered and people centered Christianity. Each scenario presents everyday examples. For example, in the illustration, “When mom needs help bringing in the groceries”, the cartoon shows a cat rushing in and saying, “I’m hungry when’s dinner?” and the dog watching mom and asking, “Can I help?” Cartoons are brightly colored and engaging. I love how the book begins with an illustration affirming that God loves cats and dogs perfectly and equally. You may note a negative review on our website about a previous version of this book. The book has been revised and no longer contains any potentially offensive illustrations. ~Deanne
Is it possible to have fun while training your kids to live for God's glory? Absolutely Yes! 102 Differences Between Cats and Dogs for Kids is designed to help you have fun while training children in living a life that glorifies God. There are 102 practical everyday examples for training your children in a God-centered lifestyle. (As an example: How does a Cat respond when asked to take out the trash? How does a dog respond?) Kids love this book!
Spiral bound at the top for easy coloring, each black and white drawing provides a situation along with the cat and dog response (action or words) to color. On the top of the page is a discussion question and Bible verse reference for taking the concept deeper. Using our example from the cartoon book (item #065371), mom is bringing in the groceries and the question to discuss is “How does Galatians 6:2 apply to this cartoon?” Includes tips for using the cartoons for teaching children about God-centered and people-centered living. Excellent resource for family devotions! ~Deanne