Episode 29 of the podcast features an interview with Children’s author Laura Alary. Laura has written several books, including the new Look! A Child’s Guide to Advent and Christmas and Make Room: A Child’s Guide to Lent and Easter – both written and illustrated for children ages 7-10.
Toward the end of the interview, we talk about an awesome new Children’s Bible that Laura has written. You can get Read, Wonder, Listen: Stories from the Bible for Young Readers today!
Some of What We Talk About:
Teresa McDonald-Lee’s interview – talking about spirituality for children
Exploring the liturgical year with children
Themes present in Look! A Child’s Guide to Advent and Christmas
Prompting wonder in children
Tactile experiences for children in worship – Prayer flags and Fruit juice of the spirit
Walking a labyrinth – Robin McGauley’s interview
Seasonal table – advent wreaths, figurines of biblical people, Jesse Tree (some info on a Jesse tree)
Observing the season of Advent
A daily walk as meditation
Links and Resources:
- Laura Alary’s Website
- Look! A Child’s Guide to Advent and Christmas
- Make Room: A Child’s Guide to Lent and Easter
- Read, Wonder, Listen: Stories from the Bible for Young Readers
- Woodlake Books
- Narrative Lectionary
- Children and Worship
Surprised by Joy by C.S. Lewis
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