the story of easter {giveaway}

12:00 AM

I started this week over at Tommy Nelson talking about Easter and the one thing that I really want my kids to understand about this important holiday. I'm super excited to bring you some Easter giveaways this month for the kiddos in your life to help in explaining what Jesus did on the Cross for us. It can definitely be hard for little brains to grasp!

reading the easter story

Today's giveaway is for the little (or perhaps not so little, as noted below) children. The Story of Easter is a beautiful board book that highlights the story of Jesus' death and resurrection beginning with coming to Earth as a man. This book is intended for children 0-3, but my 8 year old daughter had a blast acting out motions to the story. As I watched her, I realized how perfect this simple little book would be as a fun way to tell the Easter story to all ages. It's rhyming words easily roll off the tongue making it an entertaining read of a very important story.

acting

Giveaway

I have one copy of The Story of Easter to give away courtesy of Tommy Nelson. Giveaway is open to U.S. addresses only and ends March 14th at 1 pm CST when random number generator will choose one winner!

the story of easter 

Entries

1st Entry Answer the following question, "Next to Jesus, what signifies Easter is here for your kids?"

2nd Entry Tweet and/or share on Facebook the following...
Enter to #win The Story of Easter from @TommyNelson & @jenprice77! #giveaway http://bit.ly/WwKHjL

Be sure to leave a separate comment for each entry. Also, be sure I have a way to contact you should you win.

Disclosure: I received a free copy of The Story of Easter from Tommy Nelson in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

Comments are now closed. The winner is #1, Tanna!

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11 comments

  1. We just booked our flights to our Little Men's hometown for Easter... so, I hope that, next to Jesus, their memories of Easter will include their Noni and Pop Pop. (I realize this is grandchildren, not children... hee hee). blessings ~ tanna

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  2. My kids love decorating eggs, but we sort of have two Easters - the egg one and the religious one. We usually do eggs on Saturday so we can focus on the religious side of things on Sunday.

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  3. A few years ago I started a tradition on Easter morning called "the easter tree"... it's a gawdy, obnoxious, marvelously happy way to start our sacred day. While the kids are sleeping, I go out into the yard and hang EVERYTHING they need for breakfast from the limbs of a tree in our front yard. When they wake, they see little boxes of cereal, donuts, bananas, bowls, spoons, juice boxes... all hanging from the tree with colorful ribbon. Then they pick breakfast as I remind them that BECAUSE of Jesus' sacrifice on Calvary, EVERYTHING our hungry souls need to be filled is "ON THE TREE". And THAT'S what makes EAster so amazing!

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  4. I don't think we have an Easter tradition yet!

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  5. I know several sets of eager little hands that would be more than happy to absorb this story so central to our faith.

    And JOY is Easter's theme!

    Linda

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  6. My son knows easter is coming after we have ash wednesday and the beginning of lent. That and the store displays (littlesillysally at gmail dot com)

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  7. We have brunch with family every Easter after church. Then we have dinner with more family in the evening. Spending that quality time together is definitely the best tradition.

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  8. I tweeted the giveaway... https://twitter.com/StephLovesToCan/status/312183304944246785

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  9. mine are still very lil so nothin yet but i hope that good friday service will start to become part of it for them!

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  10. https://twitter.com/coleycoupons/status/312183810332717056

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  11. Finally getting to catch up this evening, Jen! The wonderful little book arrived safe and sound yesterday and will be making the trip to VA with us next week. Thank you so much and may God continue to bless and keep you and yours daily. hugs ~ tanna

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