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  1. Read and Share Toddler Bible with DVD
    Read and Share Toddler Bible with DVD
    Gwen Ellis
    Thomas Nelson / 2009 / Hardcover
    $9.99 Retail: $14.99 Save 33% ($5.00)
    4.5 Stars Out Of 5 16 Reviews
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    CBD Stock No: WW314645
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  1. Heather Randall
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    October 14, 2009
    Heather Randall
    With The Read and Share Toddler Bible you can enjoy several classic bible stories from both the Old and New Testaments. Activity ideas are found inside Parent bubbles in each stories. Suggestions might include discussing "no-no's" at your house to cover disobedience and bring the sin of Adam and Eve to their level or something similar. The activity's center around parent guidance and don't really require a lot of preparation or time investment. This together time can really bring the stories to life though and it's a wonderful feature. The stories in the Read and Share Toddler Bible are very sweet and age appropriate, but it's the picture I can't take my eyes off of. I love the illustrations in this adorable toddler Bible.This book also includes the 60 minute animated DVD that coincides with the book.This is an exceptional value!
  2. zigfred
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    September 7, 2009
    zigfred
    Great for kids and parents ! I highly recommend it. What I especially love about it most is the "application" portion at the end of each story. Kind of like a life application Bible for todlers.I just wished that all stories are complete in the DVD. My son complained to me that the last 3 stories didn't was not included in the DVD.
  3. Tracy Odell
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    August 20, 2009
    Tracy Odell
    Very nice for the little ones. High quality pictures. Stories just the right length. Lots of good parent tips for crafts and talking about the story with your child. DVD animation is really good quality. Recommend it for family, as well as Church library resources.
  4. Larry Allen Waggonner
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    August 20, 2009
    Larry Allen Waggonner
    Read and Share Toddler Bible (Stories retold by Gwen Ellis, Illustrations by Steve Smallman.This Bible is a great design for the toddler. As an adult I found the stories enabled the toddler to connect with a life application. The language is age-appropriate. The CD makes a great companion for the book. The illustrations are beautifully done. A favorite part of the book for me is the inserts for parents to reinforce the lesson to be learned from each story. I would recommend parents of toddlers to purchase the book and make it a part of their daily life to instill Christian values to the child.
  5. Cassie Hale
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    August 14, 2009
    Cassie Hale
    Are you looking for a great way to introduce your toddler to the truth of Gods Word? If so, then Thomas Nelsons, Read and Share Toddler Bible with Bonus DVD may be just what youre looking for. Not only are the simple Bible narratives engaging the illustrations will capture your toddlers attention as well. Add to that a brief animated Bible clip to correspond with the story, and you have the perfect first Bible instructional tool!The stories are retold by Gwen Ellis in such a way that easily holds the attention of my 16-month-old. The illustrations are fun and soft on the eyes. My favorite portion of this Bible storybook is the retelling of Gods creation of Adam. The illustration is precious, but the DVD is even more engaging. I kept watching it over and over, and I have yet to see another animated creation story that so beautifully portrays the creation of Adam. With all its glowing reviews, the only downside I see, since this is a Toddler Bible, is that of the pages. They are heavy duty, but I think a nice board quality book would be sturdier for 1-3 year-olds. This is my only complaint. Go out and buy one today for your toddler, or give it as a gift to a new mommy.
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