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I Love God's Green Earth: Devotions for Kids Who Want to Take Care of God's Creation

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Kids love working on practical projects to help take care of the Earth; they are often the family’s biggest proponents of recycling. This book will attract those eco-friendly kids and teach them how creation care can actually draw them closer to God. Each devotion includes a Scripture verse, a “Connection” section to help kids apply both the biblical and environmental less ...more
Paperback, 184 pages
Published March 1st 2010 by Tyndale Kids (first published February 15th 2010)
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Stephen Escalera
Dec 21, 2010 Stephen Escalera rated it really liked it
Part of parenting is wanting to see your children grow in understanding, maturity and responsibility in how they deal not only with those around them but the things around them too. We teach them to take care of their toys in order to get the longest life and enjoyment out of the toy. The same is true for the world around us. We want them to be responsible by not littering, helping to clean things up, etc.

In I Love God's Green Earth, Michael & Caroline Carroll seek to teach about God's creat
Mar 30, 2010 Laura rated it it was amazing
Authors: Michael & Caroline Carroll
Publisher: Tyndale Kids
April 2010
ISBN: 978-1-4143-3179-9
Genre: Inspirational/devotional/youth

I LOVE GOD’S GREEN EARTH is a devotional for kids who want to take care of God’s creation…which should be everyone.

Each devotional starts with a verse, usually in the New Living Word version, followed by a short devotional relating the verse with some aspect of nature. Then it makes the “connection” tying scripture into creation. Afte
Mandy J. Hoffman

I Love God's Green Earth is a unique devotional for kids ages 6 and up. And of course the parents who read it to their children will enjoy it, too. I appreciated the simplicity of the devotional format (only 2 short pages each day) and the variety in each day. Each day's devotional includes a great devotional thought based on a passage of scripture, some application steps and tips, fun facts or jokes, and a story or paragraph about a current "green" topic that coordinates with the them
Kathleen Kelly
Apr 12, 2010 Kathleen Kelly rated it it was amazing
My Thoughts about I Love God's Green Earth
This book covers a period of 90 days with scripture lessons, fun facts, activities and even jokes. A very interesting collection of fun facts and I even learned a few things that I did not know. For instance,"The deadliest earthquake ever recorded shook the Earth in Shansi, China, on January 23rd, 1556. Over 830,000 people died in the earthquake and the tidal waves that came afterward." That is a lot of people back then... I liked the What Can I Do? part
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good for the kids who can actually capture the message
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Michael Carroll, a renowned astronomical and paleo artist for more than twenty years, has done work for NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. His art has appeared in many magazines, including Time, National Geographic, Sky & Telescope, and Asimov’s Science Fiction. One of his paintings flew aboard MIR; another is resting at the bottom of the Atlantic, aboard Russia’s ill-fated Mars 96 spacec ...more
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