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Do you realize that Easter is only a few weeks away now?
I admit that Easter during the month of March isn't my favourite, especially around here where we are prone to still having snow on the ground during March. However, Easter is coming in March even if we like it or not.
In the spirit of the impending Easter holiday, I've been bringing some of my spring decor out of storage and doing my best to ready our home for Easter. Speaking to my children about the meaning of Easter gets the holiday to the fore-front of their minds and gets them dreaming of Easter egg hunts. Yet, there is more to Easter than decorating and hunting for eggs, it is important to remember what we are celebrating.
A newly illustrated edition of The Legend of the Easter Robin renews the wonder and charm of the original and timeless tale written by Dandi Daley Mackall. With new vibrant artwork from New York Times bestselling illustrator, Richard Cowdrey, this holiday classic is brought to life for a new generation. The Legend of the Easter Robin tells the story of Tressa, whose grandmother reveals to her the story of a small robin who saw Jesus struggling and soared to help him. This Easter tale reminds Christians everywhere how much Jesus sacrificed for us and how much he loves us.
The Legend of the Easter Robin is a charming and beautiful tale reminding children and the adults in their lives the eternal story of Easter and how Jesus gave his life for us. My young daughter and I both enjoyed this book and had good discussions how this picture book related to our lives here in 2016 in Ontario Canada.
We were so excited to be reminded of a spring two years ago, when we watched a robin's nest on the windowsill at my parent's home. Now, the symbolism of that nest means so much more to us.