New Review for "Tell Me About Easter, Aunt Lou" by Cyndi Anderson

The author of "Tell Me About Easter, Aunt Lou" does a good job pulling both the secular and spiritual belief into an allegory for the young mind. She challenges the reader in differentiating between the secular ways of east bunnies;easter eggs;easter baskets; parties; new apparel, etc. and the Spiritual way of Jesus giving His life to everyone through His suffereing and pain, and then His miraculous resurrection, giving us an opportunity for a complete and new way of life full of happiness and fun-filled lives through our belief and obedience ito Him. She wraps the two comparisons up into a neat children's story. --Cyndi Anderson mom and preschool teacher Visit to read more reviews and learn about the author Rachel Stolle


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