Tuesday, May 10, 2022

Review: 100 Days to Brave Kids by:Annie F Downs

 100 Days to Brave for Kids: Devotions for Overcoming Fear and Finding Your Courage

**Disclosure**This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

About the Book:

Kids can be brave, just like adults, especially as they embrace the plan God has for their lives. New York Times bestselling author Annie F. Downs presents honest wisdom and humor, giving kids the courage and confidence to deal with fears, anxiety, and difficult changes in life. 

100 Days to Brave for Kids is your kids’ guide to help them conquer their fears and find their courage. With 100 days of biblically-based devotions and thoughtful advice, they will discover: 

How to be the best version of themselves they can be 
How to defeat fear so it doesn't hold them back 
Their unique gifts and how to create daily habits that will help them face any circumstance  

Complete with Scripture, journaling space, practical teaching, and encouragement, 100 Days to Brave for Kids is perfect for: 

Kids ages 8 to 12 who are facing change, loss, loneliness, or uncertainty 

Helping children through difficult transitions 

Family reading, and for youth groups or small groups to read and study together 

Birthday gifts, holidays, communion, and confirmation giving  

Kids today are going through a lot! With anxiety and loneliness at all-time highs, these 100 days can help your child discover they are braver than they know and stronger than they thought possible. 

My Review:

 In todays society, it is growing increasingly harder to express your opinion without being sidelined. I feel like children will retreat ever so slightly into their own safe "cocoon". 100 Days to Brave Kids is a devotional for young children. It encourages them to stay true to themselves and if they do they can overcome some pretty huge obstacles.

 Each days devotion consists of scripture, a brief encouraging summary and a writing prompt as well as space to write. This is such a really good talking point as well and could be used to expand on in the childs life, even more.

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