I always love books that help explain gospel principles to my children in a simple sweet way! This new book, The Sacrament is for Me is a perfect example of that. It breaks down the importance of the Sacrament to help children understand it and why we need to be reverent during it. I read it to my boys and they loved it, and especially loved the pictures. This book would make a great family night lessons or bedtime story! I’m going to bring it to church next week and pull it out during the Sacrament!
About the book:
The sacrament is the most important part of the Sabbath day—and our week. Teach your little ones about the sacred sacrament and how they can apply it in their everyday lives, from the playground to piano lessons. Help your children start each week right and understand the reason behind the reverence of Jesus’s eternal sacrifice, love, and example.
About the author:
Jessica Ellingson grew up in the small town of Blanding, Utah. She moved to Utah Valley to attend school — BYU and UVU — and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English. Jessica and her cave-dweller husband, Tyler, currently live in Lehi, Utah, near the Jordan River.
“The Sacrament Is for Me” blog tour schedule:
October 14: My Book Addiction
October 15: Inklings and Notions
October 16: Share. Love. Serve.
October 17: Brooklyn Jolley
October 18: Heidi Reads
October 19: Mel’s Shelves
October 20: My Book a Day
October 21: Eccentric Eclectic Woman
October 22: Singing Librarian Books
October 23: Reidhead Random-ness
October 24: My Little Sunshines
October 25: The Things I Love Most
October 26: Rockin’ Book Reviews
October 27: Sweetly Made
October 28: A.L. Sowards