Thursday, July 14, 2016

Review: I Won't Take the Mark

Title: I Won't Take the Mark  
Author: Katherine Albrecht  
Category: Children's 
Pub. Date: 12/1/2014 
Publisher:  Virtue Press
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 42 
ISBN#: 0988280213


Synopsis:  
This beautifully illustrated and scripturally accurate book tenderly conveys the warnings of Revelation while joyously celebrating the ultimate triumph of good over evil, guiding children to a closer relationship with Jesus -- whether at home, in church, or as part of a Bible study. Each book comes with a frameable 8"x10" certificate with a vow to obey God and never take the mark of the beast. 


My Review:  
WOW! What a amazing way to teach little one about the end of time. The mark. The war of good versus evil. 

Some may say that children are to young to be taught this. Or that this topic would scare them. I would remind you that the earliest you start teaching them the easier for them to except and Know the Truth. 

I used to teach ages one to ten and yes I did talk to them about the end of time, when Jesus would come back to those who are waiting. I would have loved to have had such a book as this to help illustrate for them. 

Jesus said to "Suffer them not to come unto me". We should lead by example. 
Thanks Author Katherine Albrecht for sending me a copy. I have shared them with my grandchildren and their parents. 


So for the reasons above I will be giving this book (and if I had a higher one I would give more) my Breath Of Life Rating of:

 Five Clock Rating!! 

Disclosure: I did receive the above book in exchange for my honest opinion and or review. But the Opinions are my own and yours may differ.



About the Authors:  



Dr. Katherine Albrecht is the director of CASPIAN (Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering), an organization she founded in 1999 to advocate free-market, consumer-based solutions to the problem of retail privacy invasion.
Katherine is widely recognized as one of the world's leading experts on consumer privacy. She regularly speaks on the consumer privacy and civil liberties impacts of new technologies, with an emphasis on RFID and retail issues. She has testified on RFID technology before the Federal Trade Commission, state legislatures, the European Commission, and the Federal Reserve Bank, and she has given over a thousand television, radio and print interviews to news outlets all over the world. Her efforts have been featured on CNN, NPR, the CBS Evening News, Business Week, and the London Times, to name just a few.
Executive Technology Magazine has called Katherine "perhaps the country's single most vocal privacy advocate" and Wired magazine calls her the "Erin Brockovich" of RFID". Her success exposing corporate misdeeds has earned her accolades from Advertising Age and Business Week and caused pundits to label her a PR genius.
Katherine is co-author of "Spychips: How Major Corporations Plan to Track your Every Move with RFID." Two days prior to its release, Spychips flew the top of the Amazon bestseller charts, hitting number one as a "Mover & Shaker," making its way to the top-ten nonfiction bestseller list, and spending weeks as a Current Events bestseller. Within its first four weeks alone, the book sold thousands of copies, and the journalistic and privacy communities called it "brilliantly written," "stunningly powerful," and "scathing." In a nod to the book's focus on freedom, Spychips was awarded the prestigious Lysander Spooner Award for Advancing the Literature of Liberty and named "the best book on liberty" for 2005.
Katherine is a highly sought-after public speaker, informing audiences across Europe and North America with her well-researched, compelling, and often chilling accounts of how retail surveillance technology threatens our privacy. She is a frequent guest on radio programs worldwide, logging over 500 hours of airtime with her proven ability to entertain an audience and generate listener calls.
Katherine graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in International Marketing. She holds a Doctorate in Education from Harvard University with a research focus in consumer education, privacy and psychology.
 
 

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