Monday, October 7, 2013

Rufus and Ryan Go To Church! Book Review

About the Rufus and Ryan

Rufus and Ryan is a new series of books for preschoolers, featuring Ryan, an energetic little boy, and his stuffed monkey Rufus. Basic Christian and church concepts serve as the foundation of the series, with an additional focus on character traits and development. The text is presented in young Ryan’s voice as he teaches Rufus about the concepts he is learning himself. Each story is about 150 words, using age-appropriate vocabulary and themes.

In Rufus and Ryan Go to Church!, four-year-old Ryan explains to his stuffed monkey, Rufus, what is happening as they attend church on Sunday morning. He lets Rufus know when it’s time to sing and to pray and to be quiet. Author Kathleen Bostrom brings a delightfully light touch to the text as she provides an introduction to an experience that most children are exposed to long before they understand why. And children everywhere will relate to the idea of explaining their surroundings to their favorite companions as they go about their daily activities.

This is just one of the first titles of a new series of inspirational books for preschoolers. These faith based board books are great for your children ages 2 to 5 or even older as my 6 year old son Ezra loved reading this book again and again.

The pages are colorful, thick and fun to look at. This is a great book to carry along on car rides without the worry of tearing pages. The story of Ryan is cute and one that your child will want to read over again.

Rufus and Ryan Go To Church is published by Ideals Books and is written by mom of three Kathleen Long Bostrom. You can purchase this adorable book for only $7.99 at

 And now is your chance to WIN your own copy of Rufus and Ryan Go To Church by entering my giveaway below!!!! You and the child in your life will love reading about Ryan's church adventures.

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