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Scarlet Snow presents her new book “My First Prayer Book”

  • Scarlet Snow Belo, the endearing three-year old daughter of Hayden Kho and Vicki Belo, presents “My First Prayer Book”
  • It’s a fresh collection of stories and prayers from ABS-CBN Publishing for children embarking on their spiritual journey.

“Scarlet Snow’s “My First Prayer Book” is simply a read-along guide to help parents start their kids’ prayer lives. Allowing them to talk to God at an early age will help them develop a good relationship with Him,” said Hayden and Vicki in the book’s foreword.

The collection has 10 easy-to-follow prayers, plus important life lessons that Scarlet’s parents have instilled to the little social media sensation.



“Daddy says when I thank God for His gifts, it also makes His heart happy,” shared Scarlet when she talked about the Prayer to Give Thanks.

It also has petitions for the benefit of other people— the Prayer for Somebody Mean to You and Prayer for Mom/Dad When They’re Not Feeling Well.

The Prayer When You Did Something Naughty and Prayer When You Really, Really Want Something are also ideal pleas to teach children on how to say sorry and how to tell God their wishes.

“My First Prayer Book” has specific prayers for children when they wake up, before eating a meal, before going to school, before going on a trip, and before going to sleep.

Aside from the read-aloud invocations, the book also has Scarlet’s adorable photos and illustrated adventures, with tidbits on her day-to-day experiences.

“My First Prayer Book” is now available in leading bookstores nationwide for only P285.

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