Books With Jamie & Jack and Other Videos

Sunday School teacher, Jamie Jones, along with her dog, Jack, read children’s books. Here, you can also find other kid-friendly videos.

New book-reading videos will be posted on Fridays. Subject to change.

View a Playlist of these videos on the church YouTube Channel.
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“The Invisible String” by Patrice Karst and Illustrated by Joanne Lew-Vriethoff
“Be Kind” by Pat Zietlow and Illustrated by Jen Hill

“Simon and the Big, Bad, Angry Beasts – A Book about Anger” by Ian De Haes
“Brian the Brave”, by Paul Stewart and Jane Porter

“A Very Big Problem” by Amy-Jill Levine and Sandy Eisenberg Sasso and Illustrated by Annie Bowler
“Binkle’s Time to Fly” by Sharmila Collins and Carolina Rabei
“Each Kindness” by Jacqueline Woodson and Illustrated by E.B. Lewis
“What in the World is Wrong With Gisbert?” by Jochen Weeber and Illustrated by Fariba Gholizadeh

“Maybe God is Like That Too” by Jennifer Grant and Illustrated by Benjamin Schipper

“Something Happened In Our Town” by Marianne Celano, Marietta Collins and Ann Hazzard.
Illustrated by Jennifer Zivoin.

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“Maybe I Can Love My Neighbor Too”
Written by Jennifer C. Grant
Illustrated by Benjamin Schipper

“Rosa” by Nikki Giovanni and Illustrated by Bryan Collier

“The Story of Ruby Bridges” by Robert Coles and Illustrated by George Ford

“My Heart” By Corinna Luyken

“Pearl Power and the Girl with Two Dads” Written & Illustrated by Mel Elliott

“Brian the Brave” by Paul Stewart and Jane Porter 

“The Day You Begin,” by Jacqueline Woodson, and illustrated by Rafael Lopez.

From Sunday school teacher, Ms. Jamie: 

During Sunday School Zoom on May 24, we all watched a reading of the book A Little Spot of Kindness by @dianealberart as one of our activities.  It is about a kindness dot that “sticks” to you and shows the different ways to be kind, like being friendly, by saying sorry, and even cleaning up after yourself.  I then asked the kids to draw a dot on their hand (photo) and to use it as a reminder to be kind throughout the day.

Love You Forever by Robert Mucsch and illustrated by Sheila McGraw
A book-reading for Mother’s Day!

Found by Sally Lloyd-Jones and Jago

April’s Faith in Action community service project was making “Thank You” messages for our healthcare workers.

Care for Our World written by Karen Robbins and illustrated by Alexandra Ball

Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes

Grace the Puppet shares a song.

Turkey’s Eggcellent Easter by Wendi Silvano and illustrated by Lee Harper

Sunday School teacher Emily Plukas and her sister, Kaitlyn, show how to make Resurrection Rolls, a long-time Palm Sunday tradition in Sunday School.

God’s Dream by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Douglas Cralton Abrams and illustrated by Leuyen Pham

Eek! Said Amy by LJ Zimmerman