To me there were also many genealogy inspired type moments. One of my favorites is on page 87.
Johnny "Tell Me of Grandpa Robert"
I was putting three-year old Johnny to bed when he asked for a bedtime story. For the past few weeks, I had been telling him of the adventures of his great-great-grandfather: a colonizer, a soldier, a community leader. As I started another story, Johnny stopped me and said, "No, tell me of Grandpa Robert." I was surprised. This was my grandpa. I had not told stories of him, and I could not imagine where Johnny had heard his name. He had died before I even married.
"How do you know about Grandpa Robert?" I asked.
"Well, Momma," he said reverently, "he's the one who brought me to earth."
In one sentence three-year-old Johnny teaches of his own existence before birth, of Grandpa Roberts' existence after death, and that we do not come to earth alone.
I strongly recommend this find of a book. You can order the book by visiting Sarah's website at: http://sarahhinze.com/
See ya tomorrow, for tomorrow is always another genealogy day!