The Adventures of Pookster and Bubs by Rhonda Funk
The Adventures of Pookster and Bubs are children's books written by Rhonda Funk to help children learn how they can put the fruits of the Spirit into their daily lives.
In Pookster and the Unloose Tooth, Pookster learns the lesson of patience. Pookster wants a loose tooth very bad. Her mother keeps telling her to just wait it'll happen in God's time.
In Pookster and the Practically, Perfect Pickle, Pookster learns the lesson of kindness. Pookster's mom compares our words with a pickle.
In both of these stories your child will be able to relate to something in the story. I would say the age group is 4 or 5 and up. The last page of each story is a summery page that just helps reinforce the truth that was learned in the story. Each book comes with an audio CD for listening to the story. There are signals for young readers so can independently read-along and they know when to turn the pages. The stories are up-beat and have good lessons for young children to learn. The illustrations are a cartoon type character (even the pickle has a face) No, sorry the tooth wasn't given a face.
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