Shawn and His Amazing Shrinking Sister gives parents guidance for ending teasing while teaching children how to build one another up.
Shawn and Annie are excited for a family camping trip, but trouble awaits! Mom and Dad tease each other, and soon Shawn follows their lead and starts teasing Annie. But every time Shawn is unkind and teases her, Annie gets a little bit smaller. As Annie shrinks, the whole family learns how teasing can be hurtful to others and how it dishonors God.
All parents would like their children to tease less and be kinder to one another, but may not notice they do the same thing. Best-selling author Ginger Hubbard and Al Roland show families the way forward with a vivid picture of how teasing “shrinks” others and points them to Jesus for forgiveness. A parent resource page presents a biblical framework and practical suggestions to help children understand why they tease others and how to communicate in a more loving way.
Families will learn to build each other up instead of tearing down.
Bright, fun illustrations and engaging story for children ages 4-7.
Third book in the Teaching Children to Use Their Words Wisely series.
Ginger Hubbard, bestselling author of Don’t Make Me Count to Three, Wise Words for Moms, and I Can’t Believe You Just Said That, speaks at women’s events, parenting conferences, and homeschool conventions across the country, and cohosts the Parenting with Ginger Hubbard podcast. She and her husband have four adult children and live in Opelika, Alabama, where they enjoy working together from home.
Al Roland has worked as a software developer for over thirty-six years. He enjoys spending time with his family, long road trips, mountain biking, adventure, and serving several ministries including RYFO which provides Christian host homes for traveling musicians. He and his wife live in Opelika, Alabama where they raised and homeschooled their four children.
Veronika Kotykis a Ukrainian illustrator who is passionate about creating quirky characters and bright worlds for children’s books. After receiving a fine art degree, she explored foreign cultures and various forms of art. Her awards include the 2017 stArt Award and a gold medal at Mom’s Choice Awards.
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- Ginger Hubbard and Al Roland
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- 4-7 Years
- Teaching Children to Use Their Words Wisely
- BISAC Category 1:
- JUV033090 JUVENILE FICTION / Religious / Christian / Emotions & Feelings
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- REL109020 RELIGION / Christian Ministry / Children