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The power of the Book of Mormon really can influence a three-year-old. The bestselling Who's Your Hero? series has proven it! The fourth book in the series teaches how children ages 3 and up can be like Amulek, Mormon, Moroni, and other scriptural heroes in their everyday lives. Full-color, fun illustrations will keep the attention of pre-readers. Volume 4 stories include:The power of the Book of Mormon really can influence a three-year-old. The bestselling Who's Your Hero? series has proven it! The fourth book in the series teaches how children ages 3 and up can be like Amulek, Mormon, Moroni, and other scriptural heroes in their everyday lives. Full-color, fun illustrations will keep the attention of pre-readers. Volume 4 stories include: "Lehi's Family Clings to the Word on God," Amulek Cooperates," and "Mormon and Moroni Show Responsibilities." Family home evening ideas and activities are featured at the end of the each story. Moreover, kids love searching for the little mouse hidden throughout the book....

Title : Who's Your Hero? Vol. 4: Book of Mormon Stories Applied to Children
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ISBN : 9781590389287
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 80 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Who's Your Hero? Vol. 4: Book of Mormon Stories Applied to Children Reviews

  • Michelle Hill
    2019-01-19 05:58

    Dallin loves these books! He begs for them at naptime and bedtime. Not only that, but he is "thumbs up" to everything and he goes around proclaiming that he is like Nephi! Or that he is going to be a missionary like Ammon. He says "I'm a baby missionary!" Hollie and Ashlyn also enjoy the books. They really love the pictures and ask lots of questions. I've found them a good resource to use to teach scripture stories.

  • Mary Ann
    2019-02-09 08:14

    Books 1 & 2 are my favorite. This one is good, but the stories are not as compelling perhaps? Still worth the read if you like the first ones.

  • Tanya
    2019-02-13 05:51

    All 4 volumes of Bowman's BoM Hero set were HUGE favorites of my children. The illustrations are so fun, and my kids laughed at the often anachronistic humor (where else do Lamanites wear "Have a Bad Day" t-shirts and does Ammon wear a modern black missionary tag?). I also loved the way they directly applied principles to present-day situations.

  • Kandi
    2019-02-16 14:05

    I love these books. I wished i owned them all.