My ABC Bible Verses from the Psalms
Buy Item $11.99 Retail: $15.99 Save 25% ($4.00)
In Stock
Stock No: WW531071
Crossway / 2013 / Hardcover

Add To Cart

Paypal Buy Now
Add To Wishlist

Add To Cart

Paypal Buy Now

My ABC Bible Verses from the Psalms

Crossway / 2013 / Hardcover

Buy 52 or more for $11.39 each.
In Stock
Stock No: WW531071

Product Description

In an easy-to-use story format that applies individual Bible verses to real-life situations, this illustrated book for 3-8 year-olds is perfect for use at home, in churches, clubs, and more. My ABC Bible Verses from the Psalms will help kids memorize verses from the Psalter, learn their ABCs, and grow in their relationship with God.

Product Information

Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 64
Vendor: Crossway
Publication Date: 2013
Dimensions: 9.00 X 8.00 (inches)
ISBN: 1433531070
ISBN-13: 9781433531071
Ages: 3-8

Related Products

  1. My ABC Bible Verses: Hiding God's Word in Little  Hearts
    My ABC Bible Verses: Hiding God's Word in Little Hearts
    Susan Hunt
    Crossway / 1998 / Hardcover
    $12.69 Retail: $17.99 Save 29% ($5.30)
    5 Stars Out Of 5 28 Reviews
  2. Big Truths For Little Kids
    Big Truths For Little Kids
    Susan Hunt, Richard Hunt
    Crossway / 1999 / Hardcover
    $15.99 Retail: $21.99 Save 27% ($6.00)
    5 Stars Out Of 5 16 Reviews
  3. What Happens When I Talk to God?: The Power of Prayer for Boys and Girls
    What Happens When I Talk to God?: The Power of Prayer for Boys and Girls
    Stormie Omartian
    Harvest House Publishers / 2007 / Hardcover
    $10.99 Retail: $14.99 Save 27% ($4.00)
    5 Stars Out Of 5 12 Reviews
  4. Big Thoughts for Little People: ABC's to Help You Grow
    Big Thoughts for Little People: ABC's to Help You Grow
    Kenneth N. Taylor
    Tyndale House / 2009 / Hardcover
    $10.99 Retail: $14.99 Save 27% ($4.00)
    5 Stars Out Of 5 18 Reviews

Publisher's Description

This colorful book presents a verse from Psalms alongside each letter of the alphabet with a corresponding story—helping kids memorize verses, learn their ABCs, and grow in their relationship with God. Ages 3–8.

Author Bio

Susan Hunt is a mother, grandmother, pastor’s wife, author, and the former director of women’s ministries for the Presbyterian Church in America. Hunt has written a number of books, including Spiritual Mothering.

Richie Hunt is the children’s and youth minister at Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church in Dallas, Georgia. He has served in children’s and youth ministry for almost 20 years and is a husband and father.

Product Reviews

4 Stars Out Of 5
4 out of 5
5 out Of 5
(5 out of 5)
4.5 out Of 5
(4.5 out of 5)
Meets Expectations:
4 out Of 5
(4 out of 5)
of customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Displaying items 1-2 of 2
Page 1 of 1
  1. Angel
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    April 10, 2013
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 4
    I LOVE My ABC Bible verses. In fact after 3 children, our copy is worn out and lovingly taped together.

    I was so excited to see they have come out with another book, My ABC Bible Verses from the Psalms.

    My children were really disappointed that Missy and Bill looked so very different than the first book. But it is still a great resource to have, and I loved the verses they chose for this book.

    I received this book from Crossway Publishing in return for my honest review.

    *We've now read through this a few times, and we find we love it more each time!
  2. The Lorax
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    A great resource for parents...
    January 31, 2013
    The Lorax
    Quality: 5
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 4
    I'm excited to share a few comments on Richie and Susan Hunt's latest work My ABC Bible Verses from the Psalms because one of the goals that I hope to accomplish through my book reviews is to highlight resources that address a widely variety of audiences within the church. To date, many of my reviews have addressed college-aged or older adults, and so it pleases me to point out this helpful resource for parents of preschool and elementary aged children (the publisher recommends ages 3-8).

    This is a shorter book and is arranged in a "short story" format with each story taking up 2 pages. Each story begins with a verse from the Psalms which is connected to a letter from the alphabet as a major theme. Thus, "D" is linked to "Declare" in Psalm 96:3; "K" is linked to "Know" in Psalm 100:3, etc. From that point on, there is a story involving a family, children at Sunday school, etc. learning about the Biblical truth and principle that the Psalm is teaching. In each case, there is adult interaction with the children, either by a parent helping the children to understand a key point, a pastor explaining the answer to a question, or something similar. Each story then closes with a Bible verse connecting to Jesus and several discussion questions as well as a suggested topic for prayer.

    There are a number of strengths to this work:

    1) The format is brief and easy to use. I could see reading any of these stories with my family and briefly discussing them in a 10 minute span. Of course discussion will depend upon what questions your children ask and could last longer, but be reassured that this is a book written with children's attention spans and vocabulary in mind.

    2) I really appreciated how the authors included male figures in the story. I think it is a sad commentary on our culture that men are rarely portrayed as being involved with or interested in their kids. Not so in this book! We often see fathers answer their children's questions, pastors helping the kids to understand something important, etc. Men, this is a book that will reaffirm your God-given role in your family.

    3) As a pastor, I really appreciated how the truth highlighted in each Psalm was shown to link to Jesus in the New Testament. Biblical theology is a tool that is sadly lacking in many of our tool-chests and so I am glad to see it used appropriately and helpfully applied to children even at this early stage in their development.

    4) I found the content to be very solid Biblically. The book is written by a husband and wife team who serve in a conservative Presbyterian church in Dallas. Though I am not Presbyterian, I appreciated the careful Biblical exegesis and that the stories didn't normally (though there are a handful of exceptions) seem "forced" to try and make some sort of point that wasn't otherwise there. Additionally, I was glad to see that the focus throughout the book was on developing a better understanding of God's character and how that understanding should prompt us to faithfulness. Too many children's books are all about morality and trying to teach kids to be good little boys and girls without telling them the reason for obedience.

    5) I also appreciate that the stories do have some connections to one another. While each stands on its own, the characters are the same and sometimes there is a little bit of a connection between them which helps the book to not seem overly disjointed.

    All of these good points said (and there are many more), there are a couple of things to point out not necessarily because they Biblically or theologically wrong, but rather because they are concerns which parents will want to be aware of.

    1) Understand that oftentimes the stories can take on a "perfect world / Leave it to Beaver" style where the kids, though not perfect, always say they are sorry, where they are always excited to go to church, etc. A close parallel would be to Christian radio DJ's who seem to be a bit too excited about everything and have that 50's "shine" to them. Adults who have had anything less than a wonderful Christian upbringing may think some of the examples a bit too cheesy to be helpful.

    While I would certainly agree that our world is too preoccupied with being "real" and "gritty" about everything and that the world is far too suspicious of anyone actually having a smoothly functioning family that honors God, some of the stories in this book almost go too far the other way. I assume that this has been done as an example of a family that is looking to be faithful to the Lord in all areas of life and I applaud the example, but simply be aware that the stories presented here are a bit one size fits all and adjust the examples (though of course not the Biblical truths!) as necessary.

    2) Perhaps related to the above point, those who live in families that have gone through divorce, where both parents are absent, where relatives don't know Christ, etc. will have to do a bit more work to help their children to understand how to apply this book. Oftentimes the parental characters or the pastor is the one really driving the point home and while I agree with this, for those who's life situations are a bit more complicated understand that you will need to be ready to answer the inevitable questions that will arise. This isn't a bad thing, but just something to be aware of as you prepare to read this story with your children.

    Final verdict: a great book, useful and helpful for bringing up children to know and trust Jesus Christ.

    (In the interest of full disclosure, I wish to note that the publisher of this book, Crossway, provided it to me at no cost as a review sample. That said, my review is in no way influenced or controlled by them and thus I write my review of this book with honesty and integrity.)
Displaying items 1-2 of 2
Page 1 of 1

Ask a Question

Find Related Products

Author/Artist Review


Ask a Question

What would you like to know about this product? Please enter your name, your email and your question regarding the product in the fields below, and we'll answer you in the next 24-48 hours.

If you need immediate assistance regarding this product or any other, please call 1-800-CHRISTIAN to speak directly with a customer service representative.