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Social Skills: A Frolic Bundle

Social Skills: A Frolic Bundle

The Frolic Preschool Bible highlights 40 Bible stories, providing short take-aways to help your child understand how God's story applies to his or her own life. Paired with several Frolic picture books that teach a multitude of important lessons, this bundle will teach growing children strong values, how to navigate situations using social skills and with grace, and the relevance of faith. With this bundle children will learn the value in asking for help, putting others first, telling the truth, doing their part and more through engaging stories and characters.

Frolic picture books help young children solve common childhood challenges with biblical solutions, and won a 2016 Moonbeam Children's Book Award for Best Picture Book Series.

Learn more about the books in this bundle:

Rufus Loses His Cape (A Book About Asking for Help): Rufus can't find his cape. His friends have ideas for where to look, but he won't listen. Rufus learns to ask for help, so his friends can help him.

Happy Birthday, Ava! (A Book About Putting Others First): Ava's friends keep coming up with things to do to celebrate her birthday. When Ava gets frustrated, the friends realize they need to think about what Ava likes, too.

Jo and the Not-so-Little Lie (A Book About Telling the Truth): Jo's friends get upset when he lies to them. Can he find the courage to tell the truth?

Hal and the Prickle Problem (A Book About Doing Your Part): When Hal the hedgehog starts shedding his quills, it's a prickly situation for the Frolic friends!

Frolic Preschool Bible: Created specifically for emerging readers, the Frolic Preschool Bible highlights 20 stories from the Old Testament and 20 stories from the New Testament.

  • In stock
  • Quantity discount
    • # of Items Price
    • 1 to 5$50.00
    • 6 to 24$30.00
    • 25 to 99$25.00
    • 100 to 499$22.50
    • 500 or more$20.00


  • Publisher Beaming Books
  • Format Bundle
  • ISBN 9781506454986
  • Brand Frolic
  • Publication Date July 3, 2018