We learn that there is more to Tim Tebow than just being a great football player. Even while in college, he went on mission trips around the world. Andy quite unexpectedly becomes an animal rescuer one afternoon when he and his friend Matt are tossing the football around. The boys think the baby could have been blown out of its nest in a thunderstorm. When they look around, they find another juvenile. Fortunately, Matt knows what to do. He gets a box, an old blanket and heavy gloves.
The boys carefully make a temporary nest for the babies and then go in the house, so the mama squirrel will feel safe. They watch the mama through binoculars while she repairs her nest and carries her babies to the fixed nest. This book provides a model for how to handle injured animal. The paintings that illustrate this book are beautiful and capture the personalities of boys and animals. It is an effective class read aloud with its cute baby pictures and could be especially helpful if a group is going to visit a rescue center or doing an environment unit.follow site
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Aug 30, Lauren Yarger rated it it was amazing Shelves: recommend , favorites. Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. The casual tone of the title will appeal to tweens, but there is some very focused advice within.
The author uses each of the scri Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. The author uses each of the scriptural "whatevers" to head a section of devotionals in the book.
Each devotional draws the reader in with relevant language and thoughts, then offers a new way of thinking about things important to tweens. Thinking about what to wear? Consider whether the outfit makes you a boy magnet or simply looks attractive. Tempted to gossip at school? Consider Carrie, who lost all of her friends by badmouthing someone who beats her out for a part in the drama club.
Having trouble sticking to your values in the face of peer pressure?
Look at a specific example of how Jesus dealt with it. The devotional could be read in chronological order for quiet time, or for group study.
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It also conveniently can be a handy reference by topic for quick help when situations arise -- and it seems that almost anything that might make a tween pause and wonder what God might have to say about it is covered in this collection of wisdom. Further, each devotion is preceded by a scripture verse, then followed by subsections: -- Food for Thought, a two-sentence wrap-up -- Second Thoughts, a quick piece of advice -- Divine Thoughts, a prayer Readers will come away with sound, scripturally grounded direction that will help them grow closer to God, change their lives in a positive way and get a better understanding of their purpose in life.
Mar 11, Penny Reeve rated it liked it. It has 90 devotions all focused on living a 'whatever' life - 'whatever' being Philippians Each devotional starts of with a verse of scripture and then expands on the theme in that topic relating to one of the qualities listed in the Philippians verse by telling a Bible story, tween-life-today-type story, or a mix of the two.