Gift List: Children’s Books on Prayer

There’s no better time than now to introduce the importance of prayer to your kids or grand kids. With the possibility of a little more time inside during the warmer months, you might be searching for ways to keep the little one’s minds active. It’s also the perfect time to share with them the joy that can come from quiet time and prayer in every circumstance. Here are some of our favorite prayer books for kids. This is the Summer to get your kids prayer!

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1. ICB Prayer Bible for Children – Navy and Gold

 

 

Help your children develop a heart for prayer with the new Prayer Bible for Children. This colorful Bible in the ICB version, the simple translation children can read and understand, highlights the most famous and beloved prayers featured in the Bible throughout the text. To put prayer life into practice, the Bible comes with a free prayer journal and a handy pocket on the back flap to carry it! Learn more…

2. ICB Prayer Bible for Children – Pink

 

Prayer can be challenging and fearful for children to grasp sometimes, and the new ICB Prayer Bible will help show children that God loves to hear from His children and loves answering prayers.

With 160 pages about prayer and special features that show how God answers prayers throughout the Bible, you and your family will love to study this special Bible together! Featured throughout the text are the most famous and beloved prayers featured in the Bible. From Abraham’s prayers to the Lord . . . to Jesus praying before his crucifixion . . . to the way Paul prayed for the churches he planted, this Bible will teach young readers about a God who loves to hear from His children and loves answering prayers. Learn more…

3. Jesus Calling Little Book of Prayers

 

Talking to God is easy! Featuring darling artwork alongside Scripture, a short message, and prayers on topics such as God’s goodness, the importance of being kind, and how God makes our hearts happy, Jesus Calling® Little Book of Prayers will help even the littlest readers discover just how much God loves to hear from them. Learn more…

4. The Circle Maker for Kids: One Prayer Can Change Everything

 

“One prayer can change everything.”

A terrible drought had hit the land. Gardens died, rivers ran dry; the Israelites had one last hope: Honi the Rainmaker. So they called upon him to pray, and Honi did something strange … something bold.

Would God send the rains and save the people?

Basing this story on his adult bestseller The Circle Maker, Mark Batterson shares the ancient Jewish legend of Honi the Rainmaker with children to teach them about the power of prayer.

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5. Counting Blessings

 

Children count along from 1 to 10, following the sweet rhyming text by beloved author Eileen Spinelli and the cute and cuddly illustrations by Lee Holland. Along with counting, this padded cover board book teaches children to see the blessings in life. With whimsy and joy, Counting Blessings captures the attention of young children, filling their minds with numbers and their hearts with happiness. Learn more…

6. Go Wild! Prayers for Little Ones

 

Get little ones excited about saying their prayers with the Go Wild! Prayers for Little Ones. This new board book is filled with bright illustrations, simple text, and interactive takeaways for parent and child to do together. Kids will love reading the fifteen prayers about God’s creation that feature playful animals on every page. Each prayer also includes a Scripture verse and fun activity encouraging readers to hoot like an owl or growl like a grizzly bear. Learn more…

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Your Turn

Do you have a favorite from our Roundup for your kids? Come share your favorites on our blog!

Laurie McClure

Laurie is a Jesus apprentice, a single mama of five (three homegrown, one Kentuckian, and one Ethiopian), a writer, a beach lover, and she is addicted to radical grace, Perrier, and yoga pants. Here at FaithGateway she is the editor, the curator, and the leader of Faith.Full, our women's community.

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