Weekend Giveaway: Papa’s Pastries Children’s Book (5 Winners)

Every once in a while, we come across a children’s book that we all just love. And that we read over and over and over again — until almost everyone has it memorized word-for-word. Papa’s Pastries is one such book.

Not only does this book have beautiful pictures and an engaging story which our girls were captivated by, but it introduces children to the reality that so many people around the world are much needier than us. In our affluent and wasteful culture, it’s hard to even imagine what it would be like to not know where our next meal will come from or to be so poor that no one in your family has shoes.

Papa’s Pastries has served as an excellent springboard for discussions with the girls on the importance of giving. As this story shows and we’ve experienced in our own life, when you’re a cheerful giver, you will always end up immeasurably blessed. Through hardship, young Miguel learns a simple truth: “And all things you ask in prayer, believing, you will receive.” This is a story of faith, compassion and giving that your whole family will enjoy.

Would you like to enter to win a free copy of Papa’s Pastries? Just click on the link below and type in your name and email address. Five winners will be chosen to receive a free copy and their names will be posted on Monday. This giveaway ends Sunday, November 7, at 11:59 p.m. CST.

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  1. Sandy says

    I would LOVE to receive a copy of this book. My kids have good hearts – but giving is still a major lesson we are working on. Thanks for doing this giveaway!

  2. Jennifer says

    Thank you for such a fantastic review of my husband’s book! I love it, but then again, I am biased ;) I wanted you to know that the main character in the story is based on a real person. My great, great grandfather was a pastry peddler in Puerto Rico.

    Many blessings Crystal!

  3. Teresa McCracken says

    So very interesting that we were just talking about this in our home. My daughter has a fair amount of toys that she just doesnt show any interest in anymore. Yesterday she made boxes labeled “donate” and “keep”. We are stressing in our home that even though we are not the wealthiest family we definately have more than others. We have a food/clothing shelf in our neighborhood that we will be visiting with our donations next week. It would be awesome to receive a copy of this book or I would love to purchase it. Thank you for posting this giveaway! :)

  4. Cheryl says

    We would love to read this book together!!
    Thank you for the opportunity…….Tomorrow is my birthday, so , it would make a great gift. :)

  5. Renee says

    Thank you for having this offer! I am hoping to be able to read this to my 4 children. Needs and wants are two different things. It is hard unless the children see it for themselves to realize how grateful we should be in our everyday luxeries that people seem to brush off.