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As a Christian parent, it can be difficult to keep your children home on Halloween while other kids are going door-to-door, trick-or-treating. Written in family form,families will gain insight into the historical roots of this "holiday." Colorfully illustrated, this children's book gives both parents and their children a clear Biblical understanding of the dangers that come with "celebrating" Halloween.
Number of Pages: 32
Vendor: Destiny Image
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 8.00 X 8.00 (inches)|
A Biblical & Historical Look at Halloween BookletAnswers in Genesis / Trade Paperback$0.79
Halloween comes every yearand so does the question: "Mommy, Why Dont We Celebrate Halloween?"
Most likely, your child has either asked you this, or will ask you in the future. This is why you should be ready to explain Halloween to a kid, sharing the dangers of Halloween and discussing Halloween as a pagan holiday.
This book will help your child have a Christian perspective on Halloween, making it clear why you dont celebrate the holiday. It reveals, in story form, the truth behind the activities that have become such an accepted part of Halloween traditions.
Children who read this book and talk about it with their parents will learn how the "fun" of Halloween harms them. They will also learn what to say to others who do not understand the true meaning of Halloween.
Val3 Stars Out Of 5Mommy, Why Don't We Celebrate Halloween?October 28, 2016ValQuality: 0Value: 5Meets Expectations: 1While I feel this is a wonderful book, I am sorely disappointed that the cover art has been changed. The previous cover featured a child of color, and only people of color understand how difficult it is to find books for children of various ethnic backgrounds that feature images to which these children can relate and/or at least demonstrates the diversity of our world. I do not understand why the cover art was changed, but I am sorry to see that it has been. Otherwise, the book is a good tool for the Christian parent who is promoting a lifestyle without biblical compromise.
Katrina3 Stars Out Of 5Almost the perfect book to explain thingsOctober 27, 2016KatrinaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4The book was going along great giving reason for why we don't celebrate. And then they had to go and ruin it by telling the kids they were replacing their not celebrating with going to a "Harvest Festival" at their church. My personal feelings believe that it doesn't matter what you call it, it is still celebrating Halloween. Maybe in some churches the Harvest Fest doesn't look like Halloween, but in our experiences people call it different things and yet they still dress up, do scary things or have Halloween decorations. I think going forward we will eliminate the last few pages of the story when we read this.