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Mar 18

The Chickenlivers : Easter Story

The Chickenlivers have a nice Easter book and coloring book for kids. They’re a relatively small company as of right now, but I am sure they will be picking up soon!

The Chickenlivers are cute chicken characters teaching little ones about religion. The Easter story rhymes very well and gives a descriptive telling of the events the surrounded Easter. It’s 30 pages long and full of vibrant colors. I would say this book is for ages six and up. It may be a little hard for those under six to understand, though it still reads well.

Easter Final front

The coloring book actually has a story in it. It’s exactly the same as the book. The difference between them is the size of the drawings. One can easily color and create their own Chickenlivers book. Chickens are always fun to color in various colors. Chickenlivers is actually a subscription box service that they are working on. Each box is to contain their fun, unique stories, a plush collectible featured in the book, 8 non-toxic crayons, and a crayon pouch. Some boxes may have additional goodies, which are listed in the descriptions.

easter coloring front

Why Chickenlivers?

“We can’t change the world, but we can change the way we live in it! In a society spiraling out of control in a whirl wind of work schedules, technology and just about everything else, we pride ourselves in taking a deep breath, regrouping and making time to spend time with our kids. We believe children who have quality family time will have a stronger base foundation and grow morally and spiritually stronger into adulthood. We created The Chickenlivers characters to connect with the children’s imagination and make instilling positive messages and introducing faith easy and fun! We hope you will take a deep breath, regroup and spend more time with your kids and with us!”

I think Chickenlivers has a great start-up subscription box and one that can help teach better about Jesus and God. I’ll be honest, I’m not big on religion and I’m certainly not a pusher for any of them. However, I feel I’d be doing my daughter a huge disservice by not introducing her to any religions and God. I like stories that keep it simple, real, and don’t instill fear in children. (Let’s be honest, religion can get scary.) I think The Chickenlivers Easter story is a reasonable one to give my daughter.

The Bible Stories Subscription box is offering free shipping with code FREESHIP on their Easter books. They also offer another series based on Moral Lessons, not Bible Stories. You may really want to check out Chickenlivers, even if you aren’t so much into to religion.

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Chickenlivers is offering 2 people the chance to win their Easter Books!

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Gina

Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

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  1. Stephanie Grant

    If I’m lucky enough to win I would give this to my 8 year old son :)!

  2. gala

    I’d ask “What else can I do for you, mom?”

  3. Laura

    I would give this to my niece.

  4. gala

    I’d give it to my daughter

  5. Terri Irvin

    I would give it to my young granddaughter who loves to color.

  6. Lana Simanovicki

    I would give this to one of my kids

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