Monday, October 9, 2017

Good Night Tales: A Family Treasury of Read-Aloud Stories by C.S. Fritz

Good Night Tales leads your children through a vivid, beautiful, and imaginative adventure through Scriptural truths. This collection of Scripture-based stories brings a forest to life through animal kings, trolls, plum-loving giants, and fiddle-playing crickets. Stories include reimaginings of Israel asking for a new king, parables about searching for the kingdom of God, and Psalm 23.


About The Author

Casey "C.S." Fritz grew up on a farm in Oregon, where he milked cows and had a pet pig. To escape the endless chores of milking cows and watering tomatoes...Casey would draw.

As a young child, Casey's family moved to Arizona. It was there beneath the fiery gaze of the Southwestern sun, that he spent most of his life. Graduating school, marrying the love of his life and having two wild kids. It was also there that C.S. Fritz's work began to take traction with local galleries and art publications.

In 2011 the Fritz family went west to the great city of Los Angeles. It is here that Casey operates as one of the lead pastors at Collective Church, while drawing monsters in his spare time.  


A troll who finds the rarest of treasures

On this particular morning, Purnice (the buttonbush troll) discovered something amazing. Will the glorious King allow him to keep it?

A sheep in search of his Shepherd

Once upon a meadow, the Barrhead sheep and their lambs set off in search of a new home. Barrheads are the explorers of the wilderness. They are brave sheep who walk over the highest rocks and through the darkest wolf dens. But that doesn’t mean they are never afraid. Will the shepherd keep them safe?

A King who loves with an unchanging love…

“We no longer want to hear your songs,” squawked the birds.
“We want a king like the others,” lowed an elk.
The glorious King, with sadness in his heart, gave them what they asked for. He turned and left the forest. Will He return?

My Review

This book is such a treat, scripture based stories to share with your child, and spend an enjoyable time with them.
The book is geared to children ages 3 to 8, but my 10 year old loves this book, so I’m sure the older children would enjoy the stories. What a treat to find a belief based book that my children love, while I’m reading they are enjoy the wonderful graphics, and I can hardly turn the page as they continue to peruse.
I highly recommend this book as a wonderful way to supplement a wonderful spiritual experience.
I received this book through Tyndale Publishing and was not required to give a positive review.

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