2019 Book List

I love books and I always like to read my mom’s books, too. I sometimes read ahead of time, and for this quarter I read Your Best Year Ever last year instead, so now I’m waiting to read the next book! We wanted to come up with a few books to read together so we can learn together. Anyway, I hope I will read the other books on time. (Thanks for putting this book list together, Mommy! Love you!)

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My 2019 Mom + Daughter Book List

Other Resources + Tools

+ You can see Melody + Emily in a video for the Big Life Journal for Kids HERE.

A Note from Melody’s Mom

Since our church does a lot of work in the community and Melody was able to organize a service project with her girls’ discipleship group the summer before last, she was interested in doing more. She organized her own Care Package Packing Party this past summer. She has read some books about things happening around the world. It makes her sad that people are treated badly and unfairly. The amount of information out there is overwhelming so we wanted to find some resources that would help us figure out different ways for kids to discuss these challenging topics and join in the efforts.

We narrowed the list down to these four books. She has actually read Your Best Year Ever already when it came out since we have been working on goal-setting. It’s helping her to plan out her service projects and fundraisers. And Social Justice for All is releasing at the best time. It was exactly the resource I had been looking for! I had another book in mind but wasn’t set on reading it with her. We’ve always been mindful about environmental things but would love to share another resource for kids to learn about their world – I Love God’s Green Earth. And while we haven’t necessarily been called to success in the worldly sense, we are called to be faithful and one way to do that is stewarding well the things we have been given. Growing up, I didn’t know anything about how to deal with money. I just knew that my parents worked really, really hard to give us the things we needed. Hopefully, I will pass on some good financial practices to the girls from Smart Money, Smart Kids so they can give well.

What are you currently reading? Do you set reading goals or have a book list? Do you read with your parents/kids?

Our Complete 2019 Book List on Amazon – *amzn.to/2SeUYiP

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