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Ruth Peeks2Check out our Ruth Reviews below…

 

Back in March while attending the Teach Them Diligently Convention, as I was roaming through the vendor hall, a little table with a dark haired doll and books caught my eye.  I wandered over and found the Ruth Doll and book The Story of Ruth Through a Child’s Eyes.  I was intrigued and thought my children would enjoy the book. Today I want to share with you a few of my thoughts…    Read More    – Betty Eisenhour (Peace Creek on the Prairie)

 

photoI would like to share another amazing book that I picked up at the Teach Them Diligently Conference in March. Tucked away at the very back of the vendor hall was a family run booth called “The Freedom Girls.” There were brochures and books on their table just like every other booth in the vendor hall but what caught my eye was the absolutely adorable 18″ dark skinned doll with dark brown hair and eyes standing on the table…   Read More    – Kathy Balman (Kathys Cluttered mind)

 

It’s always been a beautiful story. But it’s my need for redemption and provision draws me to this story of hope. I simply can not get enough of Ruth. Making the story real in the lives of my children, well, that square01has been a little more challenging. It’s such a small little book, but it’s promises give hope to any broken heart.  Perhaps this was the reason that my heart leapt with excitement when Jackie from The Freedom Girls asked me to review their book, The Story of RUTH Through a Child’s Eyes…   Read More     – Kim Sorgius (Not Consumed)

 

Last month I had the opportunity of attending the first Teach Them Diligently Homeschool Convention. While I was there I had the even greater pleasure of meeting Dan work-shop-1Liberto. I was drawn to a unique doll displayed at his booth in the vendor exhibit hall. Dan was thoughtful enough to share a copy of his book, The Story of Ruth: Through a Child’s Eyes, with me, and I am so glad that he did!
As a mothDoll & Book Image.jpger of two daughters, I am always concerned about the way that young girls today are overly consumed with growing up too fast. Even the innocence of play has been commercialized with dolls that focus more on self ambition than anything else…   Read More    – La Toia Brown (Sisters of Faith)

 

Our daughter, Ruth, is thrilled with her Christmas doll! Thank you!   – Jennifer Saake

 

mission-2Ruth has arrived! My older daughter (16) is reading the foreword out loud to us all. Tears streaming. We are in love! She just asked if she could read the entire book as a read aloud to us–and lead a study with the Middle School girls at church.  – Lynn McInnis

 

This is the sweetest and best book – every family should read!   – Rebecca

 

 

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