Children are a gift from God. As parents, how to we teach them to love, respect, and show gratitude to God?
Praise All Ways: A Children’s Guide to Praise All the Time, with a Little Rhyme is a great resource to encourage your kids, as well as yourself, to give God the credit He deserves...and praise Him in ALL things!
Times to praise God:
- When you are being creative
- When you are relaxing
- When you are playing
- When you are mad
- When you are waiting
- When you are learning
- When you are eating...and the list goes on!
Author Abby Blaskovich is excited to praise with you and your little ones!
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Former preschool teacher, nanny, writer, and mom
Former MLB Player, Unlimited Potential Inc.
Former State Representative, small business owner, father and foster parent
Mom of 3 and owner of Sweet Charity Clothing Co.
Best-selling author of the Gage Finley Series
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Co-Founder, Save Our Youth Mentoring, Denver, CO
About the Author - Abby Blaskovich
Abby Blaskovich was born in Wisconsin and grew up in a small town in southeastern Colorado. After college, she pursued a career in architecture. Upon starting a family, she and her husband felt called that she be at home full-time with their children. She has settled in Littleton, CO with her husband, three kids, two dogs and one cat. Abby has hidden talents like fully making a bed in record time, and speeding down a drag strip in a racecar. Her loves are Jesus, family and community. Her passions are serving, designing, creating, photography and being the Chief Operating Officer of her home.
About the Illustrator - Chuck Flanscha
Chuck Flanscha was born and raised in Wisconsin. He has been married to his wife, Star, for fifty years. They live in rural southeastern Colorado and have four children and eleven grandchildren. Their family hobby is drag racing.
Chuck has enjoyed drawing his entire life. At one point, he considered becoming a commercial artist. However, taking a different path allowed him to become a “jack of many trades.” His first job at age twelve, was delivering the morning paper. It proved to be a challenging venture during the Wisconsin winters. He rode his bicycle even in sub-zero temperatures and when finished, he would stop by the City Hall to warm up near the basement furnace before heading home. He has been an over-the-road truck driver, a motel owner/operator and a volunteer fire fighter/EMT. He is also a Vietnam Veteran.
Life came full circle for him when his daughter, Abby, asked him to illustrate her first book.