he Mrs. Rosey Posey Series
Mrs. Rosey Posey is an eccentric, grandmotherly character who tells stories to the neighborhood children and teaches them how God loves and cares for them. Recommended for children ages 4-7.
Young readers will learn that God cares for every living creature in Mrs. Rosey Posey and the Baby Bird. A baby bird falls from its nest, and Mrs. Rosey Posey takes care of it.
All the while, she intrigues the children by telling them that someone else saw the baby bird fall. The story and illustrations will pull children into the quest to discover who it is.
Mrs. Rosey-Posey’s birthday is a great occasion for a parade and a feast. But when Mrs. Rosey Posey puts out a tempting birthday cake full of wonderful treats, can Sarah follow Mrs. Rosey Posey’s rule about not touching?
Children learn a personal lesson about repentance and trust, and discover the meaning of forgiving and loving people when they wrong us. This fanciful story will make young readers hungry for more!
Natalie comes to Mrs. Rosey Posey’s house when her friends go to a movie that Natalie’s parents won’t let her see. Mrs. Rosey Posey gives Natalie a treat and lets her choose which plate she’d like to eat it on. Mrs. Rosey Posey tells her a story about a special china plate that sets itself apart for a visiting king.
This much-loved classic story helps Level 2 readers understand how sometimes being told no is really God’s way of setting them aside for his very best intentions.
I brought these books home from ICRS, and the kids and I have really enjoyed them. Mrs. Rosey Posey books are fun to read and have wonderful values slipped in. If you’re looking for some great early readers for kids you know, get these books. They’re delightful and the illustrations are great!
Mrs. Rosey Posey and the Hidden Treasure
In this story, Mrs. Rosey Posey slips Ross, Jacob, and Adam a treasure map while they are playing pirates in her tree house. Their rollicking treasure hunt brings surprises and a lesson about a special treasure.
Children love playing at Mrs. Rosey Posey’s house because she is always ready for an adventure. This imaginative book helps young readers discover what an invaluable treasure God’s Word is.