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  1. Humble Heart: A Book of Virtues
    Humble Heart: A Book of Virtues
    Amy Meyer Allen
    Tyndale House / 2013 / Hardcover
    $9.49 Retail: $14.99 Save 37% ($5.50)
    4.5 Stars Out Of 5 8 Reviews
    Availability: In Stock
    Stock No: WW380698
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  1. 4 Stars Out Of 5
    Cute illustrations!
    September 26, 2015
    Sunnie Wright
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 4
    I really like that each virtue has a child-friendly explanation and verse. The questions are good for comprehension and review. Overall I think this book is a great conversation started for preschoolers and young kids i.e. "Remember Babo bear and his story about love? How do you think you could have been more loving in _______ situation?"
  2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    Bright Illustrations!
    August 4, 2015
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    I was wondering if a book like this existed, one that taught virtues through a Christian lens, using scripture for young children. Thankfully it does! My 4 year old daughter is in LOVE with this book, she wants to be read it every single day. It's much larger than I anticipated because each virtue taught is like its own chapter. I love that each chapter ends with a question to foster discussion as well as a bible verse to tie back in with Scripture. The illustrations are simple, colorful, and bright. I think that even reading this to the tiniest ones would be great because of the illustrations. The cover is the kind that is somewhat padded, very nice and durable. The pages inside are definitely for older readers, don't give this to your teething baby. I only mention this because I sort of thought this would be like a board book. Highly recommended!
  3. 4 Stars Out Of 5
    March 18, 2013
    This was an adorable children's book containing nine lessons about the following virtues: humility, love, thoughtfulness, faithfulness, mercy, encouragement, comfort, courage and joy. The characters of each lesson bring this 192 page book to life. Characters include: Humble Honeybee, Babo Bear, Caroline Cat and many others. I like how the author introduced the nine characters at the beginning of the book by including their pictures along with the lesson that each of them learn. Each chapter contains about 20 pages and about half of those pages are pictures of the characters.

    I thought this was a really cute book and enjoyed the scriptures at the end of each chapter. I think this would be a good teaching tool for children. The stories are very short which would be good for younger children. I also think they would enjoy the colorful pictures. This is definitely a book I would recommend to others.

    *I received a complimentary copy of the book for review purposes from Tyndale House.
  4. Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    virtues for young ones
    March 1, 2013
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 5
    This fun book has 9 different stories that teach young ones important virtues that most parents want their kids to learn and emulate as they grow. Each of these virtues: humility, love, thoughtfulness, faithfulness, mercy, encouragement, comfort, courage and joy; are important for children to learn from a young age. Humble Heart by Amy Meyer Allen teaches these virtues in a fun to read, and exciting way that youngsters will enjoy listening to over and over again.

    In my family, we try to focus on these and other virtues everyday. Teaching my children from birth to have a humble heart, positive attitude, submission to God, parents and teachers, as well as many other Christian values is an important part of their spiritual and emotional health. I love how author Amy Meyer Allen has taken these key issues and made them into a book that is fun and easy to read and understand.

    What an adorable way to teach young ones about virtues and scripture! With amazing illustrations, fun and fanciful stories, and delightful characters, Humble Heart is a book that many parents would love to have on their child's bookshelf! Each individual story starts with the definition of the virtue the story is about, then finishes with an application page with questions to help the child/reader think of how to apply the virtue in their life, as well as a scripture verse associated with that story's virtue.

    I definitely recommend this book for children ages 0 to 8. My girls are 5 and 8 and both really enjoyed this book. My son is almost 12 and though he feels the book is too young for him, he doesn't mind reading it to his youngest sibling when asked.

    *I received a free copy of this book through Tyndale Blog Network for this review. All reviews are my personal honest opinion.
  5. Age: 45-54
    Gender: female
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    struggles due to flawed character
    February 27, 2013
    ACS Book Finder
    Age: 45-54
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    What an adorable book about Christian virtues. The author, Amy Meyer Allen, begins with a message to the adults who will be sharing this book giving a brief explanation of how the book grew out of the "depths of my soul."

    It is a story of various whimsically and beautifully illustrated animal characters and the struggles they have due to their own flawed character. Yet, as they focus upon God's character, they see their own flaws changing more and more to be like Jesus Christ in thoughts, words, and actions.

    The stories focus on humility, love thoughtfulness, faithfulness, mercy, encouragement, comfort, courage, and joy. I found the story a delight to read and was encouraged by the many scripture passages woven throughout its pages. I recommend this book for any young child to enjoy having read to him or by using early reading skills to enjoy reading for himself. (rev. J.LaTour)

    DISCLOSURE: A complimentary copy was provided by Tyndale Blog Network on behalf of the publisher, Tyndale Kids, and the author, Amy Meyer Allen, in exchange for my honest review. Opinions expressed are solely my own.
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