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  • Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers (25 Feb. 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0842336206
  • ISBN-13: 978-0842336208
  • Product Dimensions: 23.3 x 15.2 x 2.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 223,109 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Paperback. Pub Date: 2006 Pages: 400 Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers Both boys and girls will be eager to read these devotionals created just for them from the same people who created the One Year Book of Devotions for Kids # 1-3 . A variety of themes relevant to today's elementary school-age boys and girls will encourage and challenge them to personalize lessons from Scripture.

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A. C. Collyer on 12 April 2009
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One page for each day of the year. Each page has a bible reference to read, and a small story to shed some light on the meaning of the reading. Then there is a "How About You?" paragraph to help your child think about how the reading relates to him (or her!) self, and finally a short bible verse to memorise.

If you're looking for something to structure daily prayers with a child of say 7-12 years old, this could fit the bill nicely. But you'll need to be a bit selective when reading it. The book is American, so all the stories are centred around American kids - not much different to English ones, but mentions of baseball, "recess" instead of break, and other Americanisms make it sound a little odd to British ears. I find myself "translating" as I go along for my kid. And then 6th April has a reading from Genesis, and a story explaining how evolution is all a myth and you shouldn't believe in it: "Have you heard people talk about evolution as if it were fact? Don't you believe it!" it says. Only in America...!

Having said all that, this book really has helped us with daily prayers, and many of the stories are quite well-written and thought provoking, so I recommend it.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Traffic TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 12 Dec. 2010
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I brought this book in a local Christian Bookshop whilst looking for something else. It is aimed towards boys of about 6-10 but will certainly be useful for older kids too. I have to be honest; I'm 42 and I use it everyday for myself. The stories and message in each daily reading are simple and straight forward, and no matter how long you have been a Christian, we all need to remember the basics at times. Each day has a Bible reading of usually no more than 4 or 5 verses, a little story starring various boys as they deal with issues in their lives based on that day's Bible reading, a little explanation/question session to get kids to think about how they can apply that day's Bible reading to their lives, a verse for remembering, and a 3-5 word summmary of that day's message. The stories can be a bit "Brady Bunch" but it is an excellent book and I would highly recommend it for kids and adults who want to go back to basics. I plan on purchasing the second book (Devotions for Boys 2) as well.
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My 8 year old is really enjoying it so would Def recommend. Content is sound and age appropriate and lesson is clear. Very good.
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Devotions for Boys 5 Mar. 2001
By Tracy Byrd Berryhill - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I purchased this book "sight unseen" from ... some months ago. I was interested in adding some spiritual content to the nightly reading sessions that I have with my two sons (ages 7 and 10.) I had originally intended to merely "tack on" the daily page-long devotional to the end of our sessions. I found, however, that my boys are so eager for this type of instruction, and the little stories are so compelling, insightful, and contemporary, that our 1/2-hour long sessions have been converted completely to the one page, its corresponding scripture verse, and the "How about you..." discussion questions provided. The kids actually remind me if I forget, and beg me to read them the night's selection when I try to defer if I claim I'm too tired!
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Devotions for Boys 17 Sept. 2001
By Melissa Wolfram - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I have three sons, and will read this book with each of them as they become ready! I was fortunate to find this book last June, just in time to start a summer devotional program for my oldest son (now 8 and in second grade). This book definitely enriched our summer! The stories are warm. The teachings are based on scripture. The main characters in each of the 365 stories are young boys that all young boys can relate to. They present solutions to issues which most young boys will likely encounter or ponder (kindness, honesty, obedience, faith, loyalty, etc.). At the end of each story is a 'How About You' section which poses questions for discussion between the parent and child. If you keep this open and non-confrontational, then this section can really encourage the child open up and to learn from you by talking, asking questions, and sometimes even make confessions to you. Because these are age-appropriate teachings presented in stories which young boys can identify with, I believe they will have a tremendous chance of impacting our young boys and keeping them on the right path when we as parents cannot be near them.
This is a great resource for parents who want help or additional resources for instilling solid Christian-based morals and decision making in their young boys. Sharing these stories with my son has been such a delight! By the way, he himself absolutely loves this book!!! We have nine more months if we read one story a day, but we will be finished much sooner because he has asked if we can start reading backwards after we finish our daily story (we average about 3 stories a day). P.S. I love to read him the day's story while waiting for his bus in the morning! What a great way to send him off to school! Best of luck. I hope you enjoy this book with your son as much as we do!
29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
Absolutely Wonderful Book !! 7 Dec. 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Highly recommend !! This is the only book that I have not had to ask and encourage my 10 year old son to read. He loves this book. As a parent, I love this book.
26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
Hands Down, A Must Have For Growing Grade School Boys! 17 Aug. 2006
By Jeep Girl - Published on Amazon.com
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We've graduated our 2 boys into this Devotions for Boys book, they needed a more challenging collection of devotions and this book is packed with older grade school scenarios, thought provoking and sensitive material, like..July 21st devotion that reads about Mark's new neighbor who just got out of prison and the lessons of forgiveness and people judging other people. At the bottom of each devotional is a HOW ABOUT YOU series of questions that asks application questions and discussion prompts to discuss with parents and kids. This is a great way to have one on one time with your kids and find out exactly what's going on in their lives. Also, a related Bible Verse and reference is listed, for those of us who don't always have our Bible as handy as it should be. I like the way this devotional is organized, the contents page lists each topic by month and the lesson for each day so you can either do the assigned day's devotional or go to the contents page and pick a specific topic to cover with your child that he/she is struggling with at the moment. If you have boys that know the basics but need some polishing around the edges, this is the book for you! I'd recommend this book to boys above 8 years old and maybe through age 15.
22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Not for young boys 7 Feb. 2011
By Shelley - Published on Amazon.com
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The amazon description lists this book for ages 4-8. My boys are 4 and 6 and often the topics were much too old for them. We didn't want to read a devotional about parents fighting or divorce right before putting the boys to bed. I don't even think my boys know what divorce is. We'll save it and maybe it will be OK in a few years. For now, it is not for us.
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