A Bedtime Story and a Kiss Good Night
our children spend more time soaking up messages from television, movies,
and their friends than they spend with us. How can we make the greatest
impression on our children during those moments we have together?
Here's one way. Open up Uncle Arthur's Bedtime Stories and read to them.
Let your children take part in an adventure as they snuggle by your side.
At the beginning of each true story they will meet a boy or girl who is
about to learn something very important about life. Suzanne's experience
with a troublesome puppy teaches her about
God's love. Bobby's bicycle accident teaches
the importance of obedience. Uncle Arthur's warmhearted style and flair
for storytelling are apparent in every line you read. But as his stories
entertain, they do much more.
They help your children learn the basic values they need to make right
decisions. Values such as truth, honor, respect, integrity, self-discipline,
and faith in God. These are the basic values we call "good character."
A few cozy minutes reading with our children will put words and pictures
into their memories that will influence their actions for the rest of
Features Parents Love
Stories are short enough to read in five minutes.
Nearly 200 different stories in five volumes.
Color paintings on every page opening.
Activity pages with fun facts, games, and simple crafts.
Index helps you find the right ethical lesson when you need it.
"Developing the mind is important, but developing a conscience is the
most precious gift parents can give their children." John Gray in Children
Are From Heaven