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Are We Nearly There Yet?

Jenny Brake and Alison Brewis

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Are We Nearly There Yet?

Jenny Brake and Alison Brewis

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'Are we nearly there yet? When will you be king?
Show them you're the boss, in charge of everything!'
 
'Just a little longer, the time has nearly come
Soon the world will see, I'm King of everyone.'

Come on a journey with Jesus' disciples as they wait for Jesus to show that he is King of everyone. This beautifully illustrated rhyming book also contains some follow-up ideas for parents to explore the themes of Easter with their children. This would make an excellent Easter giveaway for your Toddler or Sunday school group. 

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Product Dimensions 15cm x 15cm

Age Range: 4-7

 

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Jenny Brake

Jenny Brake

Jenny Brake is a skilled illustrator who lives in Lancashire with her husband Nick and their three children. She has also illustrated the 'A Child Should Know' series and several other books for kids.

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Alison Brewis

Alison Brewis

Alison Brewis is currently a stay at home mum to her 3 children, and wife to Church of England Minister, Rob.

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Are We Nearly There Yet?

"Are we nearly there yet?" is a short booklet style book, but with a strong card cover so its doesn't just feel like a throw away pamphlet as some books like this can. The front cover design is modern and eye catching, and because the title isn't really "in your face" Christian, I think it would work really well as a giveaway in non-Christian environments, such as schools. The story itself follows a narrative of a family in a car, and the familiar question of "Are we nearly there yet?". Whilst they are waiting to get to Granny's for Easter, their parents tell them the Easter story, and all the way through they see the disciples asking similar the question of "Are we nearly there yet? When will you be king?". The pages go through the familiar Easter sequences - palm Sunday, Garden of Gethsemane, the crucifixion and the stone rolled away at the tomb, but not just in a plain story telling way which the kids will be all too familiar with. The illustrations and use of speech bubbles throughout the book is very good and engaging for kids. I would probably say that this book would be useable for 2 years up to mid primary age (maybe 8) as it could be read to children, or they can read by themselves. At the end of the book, there are included some ideas for taking it further, discussion with the children and playing through the story too. These would be useful for parents, toddler group leaders or teachers if they wanted to include it in their pre-Easter activities. All in all, this a very well thought out book, and one that will work well as a giveaway instead of chocolate this Easter (who needs more chocolate!!).

Rachel Ridler

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