Quirky Critter Devotions
52 Wild Wonders for Kids
Annette Whipple
Tyndale Kids
Genres: Children’s
Release Date: March 5, 2024

ISBN-10: ‎1496477006
ISBN-13: ‎978-1496477002

Book Summary:
Quirky Critter Devotions is specially designed for curious minds interested in God’s animal kingdom.

Formatted to look like an explorer’s field journal, this book will encourage kids to embark on their own expedition and discover wildly weird animal facts with full-color snapshots, record their thoughts in the journaling space, and gain hands-on experience with zoo-tastic activities. They’ll discover a wide range of crazy-cool critters spanning seven animal categories―mammals, insects, amphibians, birds, fish, reptiles, and spiders. From familiar faces like turtles and honey bees to quirky creatures like the Goliath bird-eating spider, this devotional is sure to cultivate a passion for God’s Word and his creation.

Each devotion features:
-Fast facts highlighting the animal’s scientific name, animal family name, size, and diet
-An animal-themed devotional bursting with astounding discoveries and spiritual truths
-Journaling space to unpack real-life applications
-A memory verse and sample prayer to connect with God
-A wild wonder fun fact with a humorous animal doodle
-A creature connection activity like a craft, game, or snacks


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About The Author

Annette Whipple celebrates curiosity and inspires a sense of wonder in young readers while exciting them about science and history. She's the author of ten books including The Laura Ingalls Wilder Companion: A Chapter-by-Chapter Guide (Chicago Review Press) and Whooo Knew? The Truth About Owls, Woof! The Truth About Dogs, and Scurry! The Truth About Spiders (Reycraft Books). When she’s not reading or writing, you might find Annette snacking on warm chocolate chip cookies with her family in Pennsylvania.

Books by Annette Whipple