May the Faith Be With You: Bedtime Prayers by Susan Collins Thoms

A glow-in-the-dark, out-of-this-world bedtime prayer board book for all the little space nuts in your house!

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I wrote about this Bible the other day that has loads of appeal for Star Wars fans. This little book will obviously attract the same demographic:

May the Faith Be With You: Bedtime Prayers

We're not so much super-fans of the series around here, so the appeal of this book mainly revolves around the fact that it glows in the dark!

Gv has literally spent every day for the past few weeks holding each and every page of this book up to her window and then scurrying into the depths of G's dark closet to enjoy all the glowing fun.

I know, the words are blurry, but I took this glowing photo in the completely-dark closet and this was the best I could do!

I have to be honest and say that she still hasn't really realized that there are prayers and Bible verses on each page, because she's still so completely enamored by the glowing page gimmick.

I don't mind, because at this point, I think the prayers will most appeal to her when she can flip through the Bible and read them herself in a year or two. They are all filled with rhyming verse, so I might just have to break down and read them to her myself before that, but I can see this being a cute little book for her to grab at night before she turns out the light.

The illustrations will light up the reader in the bright of day, too!

If we'd received this book when she was younger, I know I would have enjoyed reading it to her often. I can see how it fun it would be to charge up each page, read it to a baby or toddler, then turn out the light and see the effects.

Because of that, I feel it's best to purchase this book for a younger child, probably from birth to around ages 3 to 4. Or, buy it purely for the glowing gimmick and wait to see your child enjoy the text until he or she becomes an independent reader.

It really is worth the price, just for the glow factor alone (& a good 30-60 minutes of time that you'll be left alone!), but the bonus is that it points young astronomy-minded folks towards the Creator of the Universe!

Grab your copy here and see your youngster glean God's goodness from a fun, interactive book!

Have you ever seen books that glow in dark like this before?  I'd love to hear!  Either leave a comment below or email me at lisahealy (at) outlook (dot) com.

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