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Sign-up to Launch a New Series that Teaches Children to Use Their Words Wisely
are excited to introduce the new Teaching Children to Use Their Words
Wisely series from Ginger Hubbard and Al Roland! Children ages 4-7
will love the funny stories, colorful illustrations, and in the process
learn to use their words well.
Chloe has a sneaky habit of
making up stories. She thinks it’s no big deal, but one day crazy
little fluffs appear every time she tells a lie. Chloe starts stuffing
the fluffs in her closet, but soon it’s almost ready to burst. Not only
that, she realizes that her lies are sinful and are hurting her
relationships. But after her father confesses his own lie and asks God
for forgiveness, Chloe gains the courage to let out all of her secrets.
Most children (and adults too) struggle with being
completely truthful. Even though we know it’s wrong to not tell the
whole truth, it’s still hard to help a child understand why.
Best-selling author Ginger Hubbard and Al Roland give parents practical
suggestions for helping their children (and themselves) learn to speak the
truth. The parent resource page at the end of Chloe and the Closet
of Secrets: A Book about Lyinggives a biblical framework to help children
understand what a lie is, some reasons that they lie, and the power of
confession and forgiveness.
Children ages 4-7 will love the silly story with its bright, fun
illustrations, and in the process be encouraged to always tell the
(Releases January 24, 2022)
has figured out a way to get what he wants when he wants it—he whines.
In fact, it works so well that he’s started whining more and more to
get his way. Not only does Sam’s mother give into his whining very
quickly—he learned how to whine from her. But, Sam finds himself in
quite the sticky situation when his whining leads him to being covered
with cotton candy and stuck on the top of a Ferris wheel!
parents want their children to whine less, but few notice that they
might have a problem with whining too. Best-selling author Ginger
Hubbard, along with Al Roland, help families think about whining with a
silly story that will not only make them laugh, but will also encourage
them to see how whining stems from a heart that wants things more than
God. The parent resource page at the end of Sam and the Sticky Situation: A Book about Whining
presents a biblical framework and practical suggestions to help
children understand why they whine and how to learn a better way of
ages 4-7 will love the story with its bright, fun illustrations, and
along the way will learn that there are better ways than whining to
(Releases January 24, 2022)
the Authors and Illustrator
speaks at women’s events, parenting conferences, and homeschool
conventions across the country, and cohosts the Parenting with
Ginger Hubbard podcast. She is the bestselling author of Don’t
Make Me Count to Three, Wise Words for Moms, and I
Can’t Believe You Just Said That and the coauthor of the Teaching
Children to Use Their Words Wisely series. Ginger and her husband
have four adult children and live in Opelika, Alabama, where they
enjoy working together from home.
Al Roland has worked as a software
developer for over thirty-six years.He enjoys spending time with his
family, long road trips, mountain biking, adventure, and serving
several ministries including RYFO which provides Christian host homes
for traveling musicians. He is the coauthor of the Teaching Children
to Use Their Words Wisely series. Al and his wife live in Opelika,
Alabama where they raised and homeschooled their four children.
Kotyk is a Ukrainian illustrator who is
passionate about creating quirky characters and bright worlds for
children’s books. After receiving a fine art degree, she explored
foreign cultures and various forms of art. Her awards include the 2017
stArt Award and a gold medal at Mom’s Choice Awards. She is the
illustrator for the Teaching Children to Use Their Words Wisely series.
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