Targets with Todd and Teddy
In this delightful book, Todd and Teddy are playing a game of archery together. During the game, there is fun, but also some tension between the two brothers. Who misses the target? Is it Todd, or is it Teddy? Can they both keep the rules of the game?
As your child reads this book, they will learn what the meaning of sin truly is in a simple way that will easily be remembered.
At the back of the book, there are relevant scriptures along with some illustrations to help children grasp this vital topic. It is my prayer that children will grow closer to the Saviour by understanding what sin is along with its remedy.
Moving Mountains with Todd and Teddy
In this Christian children’s book, Todd and Teddy learn that faith comes from hearing and believing God’s word as they face a great obstacle together. Will Teddy be able to move his mountain? Where will he find the faith to beat his fear? Can Todd’s advice see Teddy overcome his problem?
As your child reads this book, they will be shown an aspect of the meaning of the word faith. The story is presented in a simple way to help each child see faith through a practical example.
At the back of the book, there is a brief description of what faith is, along with a few relevant scriptures that will point your child to trusting God in every circumstance. It is my prayer that any child that reads this book will understand that God is worthy of our trust because He is a God of truth.
Todd and Teddy Meet Colin the Crow
In this Christian children’s book, Todd and Teddy are taught some important lessons about mercy when they visit Mrs Fowler to help tidy up her garden. See how Todd helps Teddy grasp the concept of mercy and what part Colin the crow plays in this. Strangely, a pencil sharpener is key to Teddy’s understanding of this important subject.
As your child reads this book, they will be shown an aspect of the meaning of mercy. The story is presented in a simple way to help each child see mercy using a practical example.
At the back of the book, there is a brief description of what mercy is, along with relevant scriptures to help the child understand what can be a difficult concept. It is my prayer that any child who reads this book will gain an understanding of the mercy that God has had toward us in His precious Son, Jesus Christ
…seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.
Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof.