Are you a parent looking for ways to teach your child about the true spirit of giving? If you answered yes, you must read Janet Ann Collins’ book: Secret Service Saint.
It is a book that tells of the joy of giving. Recommended for three to eight-year-olds, it is based on legends about the famous Saint Nicholas, who discovered the fun of doing secret good deeds.
Reading this book will teach children about having compassion for people in need. It will also help children understand that we all at times need help from others.
The best lesson to be learned is if we have the means by which to help someone else we should always do it. Sometimes children have a hard time sharing their belongings with others.
Lastly, this is a good book to curl up with during the Christmas season.
Parents can use the book to teach children about the legend of Santa Claus.
The fine illustrations done by Eugene E Ruble, a 30-year distinguished member of the St. Louis Artists’ Guild brings life to the story.Powered by Sidelines