Book Review

Thank you Dixie Phillips for sending me these beautiful Childrens books!

Author Dixie Phillips sent me these four Childrens book that she had written. They are all beautiful paperback books with great story lines and bright illustrations that will surely catch any child's eye.

Stubby's Destiny - by Dixie Phillips, illustrated by Kim Sponaugle. A young Donkey longs to be something great. Just as he is about to give up hope he is the chosen one! The one who is to carry Jesus through the streets! Inspirational book about having faith and not giving up hope.

One Noble Journey - by Dixie Phillips, illustrated by
Kim Sponaugle. This story is about two girls, friends even thought they shouldn't be. One is an orphan, the other is the daughter of a Count. The orphan girl is accused of theft, the Count's daughter gets lost in the woods. Can these two events change the Count's heart?

Baby Jesus is Missing - by Dixie Phillips, illustrated by
K.C. Snider. A town Christmas decorating contest gets so competitive that the true meaning of Christmas gets lost. A young boy brings back the true spirit when the family "Baby Jesus" is missing! A wonderful Christmas book with a great message.

Angel Eyes - by Dixie Phillips, illustrated by
Sponaugle. This the amazing story of the life of Christ seen through the eyes of two young Angels. From Jesus' birth, his death on the cross ending with his rising after three days.
This was my favorite book. It was a beautiful account of Jesus' life that children will be able to understand. There were tears rolling down my cheeks as I read this tender story.

These books will make great gifts for the children in your life. These are great tools to use for discussing christian values, and a great way to introduce young children to what it means to be a christian and lead a christian life.

Thanks again Dixie and I look forward to reading more of your books in the future!
Visit Dixie's Blog at - From the Heart of Dixie


  1. Those sound like wonderful books. I miss having children's books in my house.

  2. Wendy,
    Thank you for taking the time to not only read my books, but review them. I know we are "kindred spirits" because "Angel Eyes" is my favorite book, too. I couldn't stop crying when I wrote it. I'm so thankful to make you acquaintance and I'll be sending more books your way when they are released.

    I'm so glad the Lord allowed our paths to cross. Let's keep in touch.


  3. Oh Wendy what darling books. Great review. I will have to keep these in mind for those special little people in my life. They sound so sweet.

  4. Happy New Year, Wendy!
    This looks like a very nice set of books!