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text 2020-08-08 06:43
Want to Buy a Bunk Bed? Know About Different Themed Beds

Have you recently moved to a new house? Well, then all your time goes in decorating your new house, isn’t it? You might always be looking for unique and impressive things that can match the interior of your house. But there is one thing that you are forgetting and i.e. your kid’s rooms. Since you are thinking of changing the entire decoration of your house, it's time you redo your kid’s room as well. And for this, you can start by picking a new bed.

 

 

Since you are deciding to purchase a bed for your kid, it is a better idea to invest in a childrens bunk beds Melbourne instead of a regular bed. A bunk bed is more fun, comfortable, and cute so your kid will definitely like it. When you are selecting a bunk bed, you can select one that is unique and different from others. To make things easier for you, we have listed a few different types of bunk bed from which you can choose one.

· Hanging around: If you don’t want to buy a traditional bunk bed and are looking for something extra, a hanging around bunk bed is perfect for you. This bed is quite comfortable and gives the extra space that you need to store other things. If you are selecting a hanging around bunk bed, you can also add a small table lamp or fairy lights to make the room look more beautiful.

· Corner bunk bed: Do you want more space in your kid’s room? If yes, a corner bunk bed would be perfect. This bunk bed uses a box-style bed that makes it different and cute at the same time.

Other than this, there are many other types of bunk beds available on the market. To check them, you can either do a quick Google search or can visit the website of Fitting Furniture. It is a leading Australia based store that is known for its amazing and durable furniture. At this store, you can find different types of beds like loft bunk bed with desk, king size bunk bed, triple bunk bed, and more. But this is not it. Other than bunk beds, Fitting Furniture is also known for manufacturing different types of home and office furniture. You can visit the website of this company to check them.

About Fitting Furniture:

Fitting Furniture is a leading store where you can buy loft beds Melbourne.

For more information, visit https://www.fittingfurniture.com.au/

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text 2020-07-20 09:36
Tips to Choose the Right Bunk Beds for Your Kid’s Room

When you think of redecorating the room of your kids, bunk beds are an element you would want to consider. Apart from the fun and bright colours or wallpapers, bunk beds will surely prove greatly beneficial for the kid’s room. They are known to take up less space as compared to single cots. They are extremely fun for your kids and may become an important part of the games they play. If you have a single child who has his/her best friend over for sleepover very frequently, childrens bunk beds will provide a comfortable sleeping space to the guest child. Bunk beds will also teach your kids the concept of sharing which is crucial for a good life. So, as you can see having a bunk bed in your children’s room will be a great addition to your house.

 

 

But before you make a purchase, we want you to take a step back and consider the following points for choosing the bunk bed efficiently.

· Make sure that the bunk bed you choose is sturdy. You might say that kids are lightweight, which is true, but they are not always careful. Remember, your child jumping on the previous bed just for fun? Buy a bunk bed that is strong to take all the shenanigans.

· Make sure you measure the space in the room that you want to allocate for the bunk bed. You don’t want to buy bunk beds that do not fit and end up taking more place.

· Lastly, choose a type of bunk bed that will suit your kid's needs. From simple to complex, bunk beds come in different designs and features.

You can make an informed choice at Fitting Furniture with the help of the aforementioned points. Fitting Furniture is a leading manufacturer of the highest quality of bunk beds for kids. Whether you are looking for kids loft bed with desk or bookshelves or cupboards, Fitting Furniture has got your back. The company uses computer-aided technology to get accuracy and precision while producing beds. Apart from bunk beds for kids, the company also manufactures other home and office furniture. The furniture pieces offered by the company are affordable, easy to assemble and come with an instruction manual. Head over to Fitting Furniture now and make your choice.

About Fitting Furniture:

Fitting Furniture is a prominent manufacturer of the highest quality furniture such as loft beds Australia.

For more information, visit https://www.fittingfurniture.com.au/

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review 2020-06-26 03:09
Last Firehawk Book #8 - The Silver Swamp
The Silver Swamp - Katrina Charman

Audience: Early Elementary (1st-3rd)

Format: Ebook/Library Copy

 

Tag and Skyla stood in a dusty clearing and examined the magical map.

- first sentence

This is a cute story, with animal main characters who are on a quest. This is the first book of the series I read, but the kids at school love it. There is an introduction at the beginning of the book to remind kids what the characters are currently facing (the story continues from book to book).  The Branches books are a gentle bridge into chapter books for early readers. They still have pictures, but the stories are more complex and interesting. A great series for kids who like magical animals and adventure.

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review 2020-06-25 04:00
I AM Review and GIVEAWAY!
 

About the Book

 


Book:  I AM

Author: Diane Stortz

Genre:  Juvenile nonfiction, Bible stories

Release Date: 2016

Creator, Comforter, Healer, Friend. God’s names tell us who He is, what He is like, and what He does. This beautiful book covers 40 of the Bible’s many names and descriptive titles for God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit, including Jehovah Jireh, The Lord My Shepherd, Immanuel, Rabbi, and I AM.
 
Through Bible stories, short devotions, and prayers, children discover the meaning of each name and how it relates to their lives. As they develop understanding of God’s character and His love for them, children will grow to know, love, and trust the great I AM more and more.
 
“Those who know your name put their trust in you.” –Psalm 9:10



Click HERE to get your copy!



About the Author

 


Diane Stortz is a multipublished author who writes to make God’s wonders known to the next generation. Her children’s releases include the best-selling Say & Pray Bible and I AM: 40 Reasons to Trust God, both from Tommy Nelson. Diane’s books for women, A Woman’s Guide to Reading the Bible in a Year and Encountering God’s Heart for You, both from Bethany House, encourage women to get to know God through His Word, the Bible. Diane and her husband have two married daughters and five grandchildren—all boys! Visit her at www.DianeStortz.com.



More from Diane

 

 

You can often guess someone’s age by considering their name. Diane, for example, was popular in the 1950s, so . . . that tells you something about me.

But God’s personal name? Well, it’s ageless. Just like Him.

When Moses met God at the burning bush and received the task of leading the Israelites out of Egypt, he wasn’t exactly thrilled at first. He peppered God with questions, including, “When I tell the people that I met you here and you gave me this assignment, they’re going to want to know your name. What should I tell them?”

The Israelites had just about forgotten who the God of their fathers Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob was.

But God hadn’t forgotten them. Not at all. God told Moses, “I AM WHO I AM. . . . Say this to the people of Israel, ‘I AM has sent me to you’” (Exodus 3:14).

I AM WHO I AM. I always have been. I will always be. I will never change.

Choosing a book title is rarely easy, and choosing a title for this book about the names of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit took a long time. I couldn’t be more grateful to the Tommy Nelson publishing team who developed and settled on the title I AM: 40 Reasons to Trust God.

My prayer for every child who reads this book and every family that goes through the book together, and for myself: May we all grow mightily in our understanding of who God is and our relationship with Him! As Psalm 9:10 says, “Those who know your name put their trust in you.”
 
 

My Review

 

From the moment I first opened Diane Stortz’s “I AM: 40 Reasons to Trust God”, I knew that it was going to be spectacular. If you can, I recommend getting the hardcover version because the embossing on the front cover and the sparkling waves just can’t be conveyed on Kindle. There is a nice blue ribbon bookmark inside, as well. All of the pages are in full color and are gorgeously illustrated with figures and scenes that will appeal to young readers. The format is well-executed, with the book divided into two sections: the Old Testament and the New Testament. For the former, the name of God is given in English and then Hebrew, with a pronunciation (which I found very useful), such as The Lord My Rock (Jehovah Tsuri), and for the New Testament, with a few exceptions, the English name is given, such as the Good Shepherd. This is followed by a Scripture verse and Bible story, noting which chapters of the Bible the story comes from; a key point; a What Does It Mean section that connects the story to kids’ experiences today; a brief prayer; other Scripture verses that explore the same theme; and a short What Happened Next paragraph that explains how God is working and how this story ties into the following one.

For a medium-length children’s book, “I AM” is a respectable compendium that highlights many of the main stories from both the Old and New Testaments. Some of those which are not directly focused on, such as Noah’s ark, are told in the What Happened Next sections. This is not a substitute for the Bible, nor is it meant to be, but rather a supplement that allows kids and their guardians to connect some of the many names of God with familiar Bible accounts. I learned new Hebrew names just reading it myself as an adult! Because it is a children’s book, the stories are naturally toned down and do not include all of the mature details, but they still demonstrate conflict and how God fights for us, as with David and Goliath and Daniel and the lion’s den. I would wholeheartedly recommend this book to young readers and to families who are able to read it to their little ones.

I received a complimentary copy of this book through Celebrate Lit and was not required to post a favorable review. All opinions are my own.

 

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Giveaway

 

 
To celebrate her tour, Diane is giving away  the grand prize package of signed copies of all three I AM books!!
 
Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.
 

 

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review 2020-06-07 14:04
Trapped in Room 217
Trapped in Room 217 - Thomas Kingsley Troupe

by Thomas Kingsley Troupe

 

This is a children's Horror story, targeted at age 8 - 12. I'd say it's appropriate for that level, yet the writing is very good! It's part of a series of real life ghost stories, set in places where ghost sightings have actually been reported.

 

Jayla and Dion have to accompany their father, a landscaper, for a job in Colorado. It turns out that the hotel they stay in has a reputation for being haunted. Jayla is in seventh grade, her brother is a little younger.

 

As it turns out, the room they stay in has a resident ghost. When the children experience a sighting of the ghost, they set out to investigate.

 

I'm no expert on children's literature, but I think this was extremely good for the age group. The writing doesn't 'talk down' to the children's level so I was able to appreciate Jayla and Dion's adventure and concerns about getting into trouble for various things.

 

While the fear factor would be considered tame for the adult Horror reader, I think it pushed the scary parameters just enough to keep a child interested while not giving them nightmares, unless they're overly sensitive. It's still a ghost story and the dark can be frightening!

 

This would be an excellent choice for the sort of kid who enjoys Goosebumps or children's adventure stories.

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