Baby's Little Bible - Gift Edition
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Product Description

Baby's Little Bible is the perfect starter Bible to share with a much-loved child. Written by new mother Sarah Toulmin as a way of sharing the stories she loved with her little ones, her ultra-simple retellings of twenty favorite stories are filled with a sense of wonder, expressing God's love for creation. This little Bible offers lots to look at with baby-friendly illustrations that parents and children can share together!

Product Information

Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Lion Childrens
Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 6.75 X 5.50 (inches)
ISBN: 0745960383
ISBN-13: 9780745960388
Text Color: Black Letter

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Publisher's Description

A simple retelling of 20 favorite Bible stories, packaged in a small format gift edition that's the perfect starter Bible to share with any child
In this beautifully repackaged gift edition of Sarah Toulmin's The Baby Bible, stories run the full religious historical range from creation to the resurrection and are filled with a charming sense of wonder, expressing God's love for creation. Combined with heartwarming illustrations, this delightful little Bible offers lots to look at and point to on the page, creating perfect focus points for parents and children when they share the book together. The ideal way to share these much-loved Bible stories with little ones in an engaging and accessible manner, the white padded cover and elaborate gift packaging make this a book any child is sure to cherish for years to come.

Author Bio

Sarah Toulmin is an experienced teacher and publicist, and the author of Baby Girl Bible, Baby Boy Bible, Baby Bible, and Baby Prayers. Kristina Stephenson is the illustrator of numerous children's books, including The Angel and the Lamb, Child of Bethlehem, and The Time-for-Bed Angel.

Editorial Reviews

"There are several reasons why Sarah Toulmin's Baby Bible will be a resounding success. Firstly, it looks the part, with pictures from renowned illustrator Kristina Stephenson adding extra depth and warmth to the characters. Secondly, its narrative of bite-sized Bible chunks makes it easily digestible for children of a young age."  —Church of England Newspaper

"[Baby's Little Bible] is a good, basic introduction to Bible stories." —Christian Children's Book Review

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  1. Kristina
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    Introduce Young Children to Bible Stories
    December 10, 2011
    Quality: 4
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 3
    Finding a Bible storybook toddlers are actually interested in can be a real challenge. But the Baby's Little Bible by Sarah Toulmin attempts to do be just that book.

    The illustrations by Kristina Stephenson are appealing, which is especially important in a child's first Bible. They are relatively realistic but have just enough of that "cartoonish" flavor to appeal to young children.

    The stories chosen by Toulmin are what I'd describe as typical for a first Bible. They include the most popular Bible stories, including:

    * Creation

    * Noah's flood

    * God's promise to Abraham and Sarah

    * Old Testament Joseph

    * Moses

    * Jericho

    * David and Goliath

    * Jonah

    * Daniel and the lion's den

    * the birth of Jesus

    * Jesus choosing his "helpers"

    * several of Jesus' healings

    * the parable of the Good Shepherd

    * the feeding of the crowd

    * Jesus calming the storm

    * Jesus teaching the Lord's Prayer

    * the first Palm Sunday

    * Jesus' death and resurrection

    Each story is greatly simplified and covers only the basics. The Bible comes with either a white, blue, or pink cover.

    What I Like: My 3 year old son, who loves books but doesn't care much for most Bible storybooks, likes this book. The illustrations are great, and I appreciate the simple language. I think this storybook Bible is a good, basic introduction to Bible stories.

    What I Dislike: There are relatively minor things that bother me about this book. For example, the author writes that God named Eve; but the Bible says Adam named her. There is no mention of the fall. In the introduction to the New Testament, the author writes, "The New Testament stories are all about Jesus." Well, yes and no. The New Testament is more than just the gospel. In the story of Noah, the author writes, "'Look at the rainbow! It shows my promise; I will keep the new world safe for ever.'" God makes no such promise, of course. In the Bible, he states he will never flood the whole earth again, and the New Testament makes it clear this world will come to end someday.

    Some parents will also dislike the fact that some stories are so simplified, important aspects are left out. For example, Moses' story is told all in one chapter. This means we rush through the amazing story of his adoption and the story of the plagues isn't mentioned at all. On the other hand, the author does choose to tell the whole story of Jonah, which is unusual in a children's Bible; she doesn't stop when the big fish (shown as a whale here) spits out Jonah. She goes on to briefly tell of his work in Nineveh.

    I think parents have to remember this is not a Bible, nor is it even a very complete Bible storybook. It's simply an introduction to Bible stories for very young children.

    Overall Rating: Very Good.

    Kristina Seleshanko, Christian Children's Book Review
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