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Ryan Frank

This is one series that every church and family should add to their libraries, impacting kids and leading them into solid relationships with Jesus!

Cover Lover

A Servant Like Jesus – This is such a sweet story about being brave enough to step out of your comfort zone and be a helper to others. “I could use a teacher’s helper. Would you be my helper?” asked Miss Stella.

Sally Ferguson

God’s Easter Miracles provides a story arc, problem solving for children, learning practical ways to care for others, and what it means to be a follower of Jesus. It even has a hidden symbol that adds a puzzle to solve. I am delighted to recommend this gem to parents, grands, and all who love children.

Book Crash

In God’s Easter Miracles, the sea kids learn that Easter isn’t about the Easter bunny or candy. It’s about Jesus Christ giving up His life for all of us, and how we are to sacrifice ourselves for others. Paul, who is autistic, struggles with relationships, Jimmy doesn’t want to share, and Lenny clings to life due to a terrible boat accident. On Easter Sunday, the children witness the power of their prayers. Their Sunday School teacher, Miss Linda, tells the children,“Truly, God has blessed us with many Easter miracles. Lenny was healed, and Jimmy asked Jesus into his heart.” Even Paul has a miraculous change of heart. A true lesson of becoming more like Jesus is learned in this beautiful Easter story of love and grace.


Yet another stunning addition to a beloved children’s series, God’s Easter Miracles continues the success of the Adventures of the Sea Kids series. Author Lee Ann Manciniand illustrator Dan Sharp team up again to design a book worthy of sharing. Touching on Easter, autism, and Manatee rescue through prayers, empathy and miracles, the messages are presented in an age-appropriate manner and encircled with gorgeous, full-page, charming pictures which will be positively embraced. Well done (again)!

Raquel Maranges

This is a beautifully illustrated children’s book about the miracles of Easter. My grandson adores the characters and loves reading it with me. It is well written by an author who obviously understands the hearts of children and the love of God. It’s a must have for your children and grand children!

CBM Book Reviews

Filled with Fun, children will always remember this book. Most importantly, the book teaches to little ones that Jesus gave the ultimate gift to us at Easter. The author does an excellent job at explaining this on a kid’s level.

Rene Sloan

[God’s Gift] has a wonderful lesson all kids need to learn. It’s not about the presents weget, but about the greatest gift of all that is Jesus who was born on ChristmasDay!

Susan Barton

The story of God’s Gift is wonderfully written, in kid-friendly terms that nevertalks down to its audience. Children will easily understand the concept o fGod’s Gift – that it’s not all about how many gifts you receive, no matter which holiday you celebrate. It’s about God’s love for us all.


I loved this sweet children’s picture book, and I was so impressed with the story and the positive Christian messages! The illustrations are beautiful, and there is a little Christian fish symbol hidden on every page! How cool is that?! I had so much fun looking for each little symbol.

Readers Digest

WHAT A BRAGGER by Lee Ann Mancini is a wonderful book that combines two lessons for young children–that you shouldn’t brag and that you should get your strength from Jesus–in one. An excellent reminder for both children and adults in this competitive, hectic world.

Darah Zeledon

My 7 year-old daughter picked this up and couldn’t put it down. She then proceeded to discuss me with her philosophy about kids who brag and how it is really a way to overcompensate (my word) for what they don’t have and really wish they did.