I’ll just give you an idea of what these books contain. Firstly, ‘Wisdom and the Millers’ is sometimes called proverbs for children. It’s basically taking a proverb and expounding on it. This would be a simple proverb with a little story about everyday life, day to day living, bringing an association to the proverb that is understandable for younger children. It also serves as a parent guide because once you’ve read a story to your children about the proverb, you can reference to that in day to day life. For example, if your children are arguing over something, you can remind them of the story you read to them from ‘Wisdom and the Millers’ or ‘Storytime with the Millers’.
These are not as student interactive as Proverbs People, but are focussed more as a parent read aloud for training children in the Word. It is aimed at younger children up to about age 10.
Amos and his brothers learn valuable lessons about returning good for evil; Paul, a three-year-old farm boy, nearly suffers tragedy through disobedience! And Betty learns, the hard way, that being bossy will never be fun. Storytime with the Millers tells these stories and many others, for preschool and primary-aged children. Great for bedtime reading with small children! Many children grades 1-3 will be able to read these stories themselves, learning of respect, kindness, humility, responsibility, and more.