It is such a joy to receive emails and letters about how the Moody Family Series and Hill Top Adventures are impacting lives. We want to share part of one such email about a Moody book. Read what Julie says:
“I just want to tell you the difference your books (and we’ve only read the first one so far) have made to my daughter and now our homeschool. My daughter has autism so she has a short concentration span and gets overwhelmed easily. I really do enjoy preparing her school work but her struggles and lack of enjoyment were discouraging me greatly.
“Last week after I’d discovered your book I started to read it to her and the more I read the more she was clearly enjoying it. She is a good reader but reluctant to read aloud. You can imagine my delight and amazement when out of the blue one day she asked me, ‘Can I read some now?’ She read aloud fluently and when she got tired handed it back to me. In a couple of minutes, she was ready for reading again.
“She has been baking and asking for chores to do as Mollie Moody is influencing her in many positive ways! Yesterday I decided to spend some time incorporating the story and characters into her school work and prepared worksheets on each of her subjects using the book. For example, for math I gave her problem questions based on Mollie’s baking business working out how many cookies Mollie needed for her orders, etc.
“Honestly, her concentration stunned me and her enjoyment as she worked through these worksheets. Afterward, she told me it was so much fun it didn’t feel like schoolwork.
“God is good and I’ve been praising Him so much for this wonderful breakthrough. I feel so encouraged and like a burden has been lifted to finally have found a book she loves and that’s motivating her own learning. I’m so looking forward to reading Book 2 with her as their homeschool will hopefully help influence us in so many positive ways.” — Julie
Julie shared some pictures of her daughter below, and you’ll notice they now have Book 2. These kinds of testimonies bless us so much!
“Let no man despise thy youth; but be thou an
example of the believers, in word, in conversation,
in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity”
(1 Timothy 4:12).