Jesus Helps Me
Swoosh! Splash! Cheer! An array of fascinating birds introduces children to a deeper understanding of Jesus’ words in John 12:44-47 and his call for all to believe in him.
In Graham Blanchard’s Learn, Absorb & Praise™ collection, this is a Learn book, which uses quoted Bible passages along with beautiful photographs and supportive text to relate the meaning to your child’s life. These multi-layer books grow with your child. A section with tips for grown-ups is included.
“I absolutely adore this book. As a photographer I was pleasantly surprised to find the beautiful full-color photos inside. Each page has a picture of a different bird, with corresponding info on the following page of each bird. It’s just a beautifully put together book, and I highly recommend it to all parents, Sunday school teachers, and caretakers of young children. I plan on checking out the other books in the series, and recommend that you do too. – Heart Reflected Blog
“Graham Blanchard has become a go-to resource for my quest and their newest book Jesus Helps Me, has become a staple in our reading time. This book has gorgeous photos and I love how the scripture is spaced throughout the book to help children understand the different parts and take it in, instead of trying to understand the passage as a whole. My children and I have enjoyed exploring Jesus’ words and having conversations about Jesus. I have been amazed at the conversations that have come up during reading.” – Palmetto Queen Blog
“I think it is a great way to familiarize your kids with the Bible. I would love to get the rest of this series for Christine and me to read and study together.” – First Time Mommy Adventures Blog
“Honestly – I love all the titles that I’ve read from Graham Blanchard. This is a Christian publisher of books for young children that are created to inspire and deepen a child’s relationship with God…. I really love this book. I think it is a wonderful combination of scripture, truth, nature study, and application for young toddlers, preschoolers, and even early school age/elementary students.” – The Unplugged Family Blog