Friday, February 5, 2010

Double Duty

I love it when I find something that can help me multi-task. And yesterday I found a book that does just that. How Does the Holy Ghost Make Me Feel? (Carnesecca, Deseret Book 2010) is a cute children's book with a very practical side. In a simple manner it tells of the many different ways the Holy Ghost can make us feel, and then also provides scriptural references on each page.

Last night Sweetie Peach read the book (with a little help from me on a few different words) and really enjoyed it. She particularly liked the illustrations. I loved that she was learning eternal concepts while enjoying herself.

I also love the scriptural references because (you know me...) next month I will use the book for our morning scripture devotional and we will work through each different reference in the book. There are more than enough for the month, so it will be an easy-peasy task!

Scripture of the Day: D&C 132:15-16


  1. Looks like a great book. I think it is so important for kids to learn how the Holy Ghost works. I know so many teenagers who don't believe they have ever felt it, simply because they haven't recognized it when they did.

  2. Hmm. Thanks for the recommendation. I'll have to check it out.

  3. What a great book, I'll have to check it out. I had to give a talk in church yesterday on the Holy Ghost so it's pretty fresh on my mind right now.


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