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Popular children's author Karyn Henley, who wrote The Beginners Bible, has created a unique tool to help children establish Bible reading habits for a lifetime—with an investment of just seven minutes per day. In this revised version of God's Story, daily Bible readings lead children through the Scriptures in chronological order in just one year. The Day-by-Day Kids Bible bridges the gap between a Bible storybook and a full-text Bible since the scriptures are simplified for young readers ages 6 to 10.
- Dated Bible readings for every day of the year
- Two-color interior illustrations and full color pictorial time line of events
- Paraphrase by Karyn Henley
- Index to all the stories
- Presentation page
- 11-point text
- 9.00" x 6.50" x 1.75"
Number of Pages: 900
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2002
Dimensions: 9 X 6.62 X 1.62 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
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In this revised version of God's Story, daily Bible readings lead readers ages seven and up through the Scriptures in just one year. The Day by Day Kid's Bible bridges the gap between a Bible storybook and a full-text Bible since the Scriptures are simplified for young readers. New features include dated Bible readings for every day of the year, two-color interior, and full-color pictorial time line of events.
TezriaJackson, NJAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great one of its kind!February 13, 2012TezriaJackson, NJAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 55 stars go to Karyn Henley on this one. It's one of a kind, the book-point where the Bible meets the kiddie storybook. I use this to read with my NLT coz sometimes though I understand the words of the Bible it's refreshing to see it from another angle, like as to how a child might grasp the message. Reading this sheds some light that I can't get from a commentary. And there are nights when I'm tired and can't focus on serious reading, then this book gets really handy, it's easier also on the eyes because of the presentation and its simplicity. It's not adult book but childlike, and certainly not childish.
Granny2 Stars Out Of 5Not for 6 yr. oldsSeptember 2, 2011GrannyQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 1I bought this for my grandson. I felt this story book put too much emphasis on humans being evil , valueless and sinful. That is true, of course, but I would rather begin my child's experience with God using Gods' majesty of creation, love for people, rules for a good life, imitation of Christ in our daily walk. When he gets down on his knees and says about himself, "I am worthless before you Oh God", it will be because God has convicted him of that truth in love with an understanding of Jesus' sacrifice and forgiveness , not because as a little boy he was taught that he is evil.
arlene dang5 Stars Out Of 5May 7, 2010arlene dangThis is just perfect -- simple for my kids to understand and still true to the bible story.
Nadyne Yarbrough5 Stars Out Of 5January 30, 2009Nadyne YarbroughI bought 6 copies, one for each of my young granddaughters and one for myself. Two of the girls are over the recommended age of 10, but after having read the selections, I think they will enjoy them as much as I have. I wanted to encourage them to establish a daily habit of reading the Bible and I think this is the "Bible" to get that habit started. The time line is great too. The scripture reference is there on each page if they want to "read more about it" in their regular Bible.
Vicki Dolsen5 Stars Out Of 5January 5, 2009Vicki DolsenMy 8 year old son said recently that this was one of his favorite Christmas gifts. We've challenged him to read one section a day, but he has been reading 2-3 sections a day! It is very exciting!