Food for the Hungry Releases Children's Christmas E-book Highlighting Christmas Stories from Around the World

Today, Food for the Hungry (FH) released FH’s 12 Days of Christmas, a children’s e-book that serves as a countdown to December 25.

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Photo from FH's 12 Days of Christmas e-book for children.

The book was created to help parents gently introduce their children to poverty and show them how to help.

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) December 13, 2013

Today, Food for the Hungry (FH) released its 12 Days of Christmas, a children’s e-book that serves as a countdown to December 25. Sharing Christmas traditions from 12 different countries, the e-book offers parents a tool to teach children about cultures from three continents.

The book also shows how some of the 1 billion children who live in poverty survive and how those in the U.S. to make a difference in their lives. Each story highlights a special gift that can help a child and his/her family overcome poverty.

“The book was created to help parents gently introduce their children to poverty and show them how to help,” said Renee Targos, co-author of the e-book. “When children learn they can make a difference in solving big problems, like world hunger, it gives them a sense of confidence and purpose. Learning about other cultures also gives them greater vision for their own lives.”

FH will also offer a complimentary blog series called 12 Days of Christmas for parents. Each blog from December 13-24, will highlight a characteristic of love. The blogs will encourage parents to practice patience, kindness and other fruits of the Spirit, while introducing a new chapter of the children’s e-book each day.

The e-book is free and can be viewed at fh.org/12days.

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Founded in 1971, Food for the Hungry provides emergency relief and long-term development programs with operations in more than 20 countries to help the world's most vulnerable people. Learn more by visiting http://www.fh.org. Social connections include http://www.facebook.com/foodforthehungry and http://www.twitter.com/food4thehungry.


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