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The Jesus Storybook Bible tells the story beneath all the stories in the Bible. At the center of all is a baby, the child upon whom everything will depend. From Noah, to Moses, to the great King David---every story points to him. He is the missing piece to the puzzle---the piece that makes all the other pieces fit together. From the Old Testament through the New Testament, as the story unfolds, children will pick up the clues and piece together the puzzle.
The Jesus Storybook Bible makes an excellent gift at Christmas, when we all remember that he is the puzzle piece that makes all the other pieces in our lives fit.
- Recommended for ages 4 to 8
- 12-point text size
- 7.75" x 6.50" x 1.00"
Number of Pages: 352
Publication Date: 2006
Dimensions: 7.75 X 6.50 X 1.00 (inches)
Biblia Para Niños: Historias de Jesús, Bilingüe (Jesus Storybook Bible, Bilingual)Sally Lloyd-JonesVida / 2008 / Hardcover$12.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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What is it about small children? Copyright 2016, Sally Lloyd-Jones
Have you noticed the super powers small children wield?
I was riding the NYC subway one morning, when the doors opened and into the car walked a little child.
She was maybe 2.
Instantly, all of us-these defended New Yorkers, all avoiding eye contact, all guarding our space-were transformed. We smiled at her. At her mother. At each other.
Her gentleness disarmed us. Barriers of race and age and status vanished.
She changed everything.
When people asked Jesus, "Who's the greatest in your Kingdom?" Jesus showed them a little child and said, "Become like this little child."
It's not always all about what we teach children.
It's about what they teach us.
I've learned that from writing for children. Writing for children keeps you honest. You have to dig deeper. Work harder. Understand it better. Your job is to distill-to take the profound and make it simple enough for a child to understand.
When I was writing THE JESUS STORYBOOK BIBLE, I couldn't rely on jargon. A little child has no concept of what sin is, for instance. I had to find other ways to describe it. I wrote that: sin is not just about breaking the rules, it's breaking God's heart; it's like poison that makes your heart sick and stops it from working properly; it's like running away from God and hiding in the shadows.
Writing for children demands nothing short of excellence.
The funny thing is-if you write with the excellence that children deserve you reach everyone. C S Lewis said: "No book is really worth reading at the age of ten which is not equally-and often far more-worth reading at the age of fifty and beyond."
Excellence, it turns out, is the most inclusive thing.
THE JESUS STORYBOOK BIBLE has broken out of the boundaries typical for a children's bible storybook-read by college students, theologians, pastors, couples; read in schools, prisons, old people's homes. (It's so popular with adults that we have published their own edition: THE STORY OF GOD'S LOVE FOR YOU.)
I think it has something to do with that place inside of us all that remains a child still, the place God loves to speak to us-the place where we are undefended, humble, open to wonder. Open him. The place that tiny child spoke to us all, in that NYC subway car that morning.
In THE JESUS STORYBOOK BIBLE I captured the plotline of the Bible. As adults when do we ever hear that plotline? Even if we go to church regularly, we may never hear the whole story in one sitting.
But when you distill the story down so that you can read it in one sitting, immediately it is startling. Because most of us think we know what the Bible is about-and it's not good. We think it's a book of rules you follow so God will love you. Or a book of heroes you copy so God will love you.
But it's none of those things.
It's most of all a Story.
The Story of a God who breaks into History and comes down to rescue his children. A God who moves heaven and earth to be near them, to love them-though it would cost him everything.
The Story of a young Hero who comes from a far country to win back his lost treasure. The Story of a brave Prince who leaves his palace, his throne-everything-to rescue the one he loves.
The Bible is simply this: THE STORY OF GOD'S LOVE FOR YOU.
And I don't know anyone-young or old-who doesn't need to hear that story.
Sally Lloyd-Jones is a New York Times bestselling author whose books include: Thoughts To Make Your Heart Sing, a children's devotional which won the ECPA Christian Book of The Year award in adult inspiration, and The Jesus Storybook Bible, now available in a format for adults with a new design and title, The Story of God's Love for You. Sally also has a new picture book coming this spring, Baby Wren and the Great Gift.
Booklover5 Stars Out Of 5Appealing storybook--highly recommended!September 26, 2016BookloverQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book paraphrases a selection of Bible stories in ways that really connect with children and adults alike. It succeeds in putting the reader right into the story in a most inviting way. It provokes questions and inspires conversation and discussion between generations--key ingredients of lasting faith formation.
Amber4 Stars Out Of 5Beautiful writing, colorful artwork, seems to imply that the law is done awaySeptember 15, 2016AmberQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4Despite that the writer seems to believe that there is no need for works (the law is done away), this book is beautifully written and illustrated. Many children's Bibles have some beliefs not quite in line with the Bible. This one is no different. God will love us despite our mistakes, but we should still be working toward perfection. The law still exists. I do love that it emphasizes God's never giving up love for us all.
Green Cool5 Stars Out Of 5Wonderful for children and adultsSeptember 12, 2016Green CoolQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0Wonderfully illustrated, this book is filled with Jesus and the good news of His amazing plan to rescue us. I have shared this book many many times with all sort of people. My 80+ Jewish friend loved it. The Hispanic kids I read it to are enthralled.
Hazel5 Stars Out Of 5ExcellentSeptember 3, 2016HazelQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This title was recommended to me so I purchased my first copy. When I received that copy I read it cover to cover and really enjoyed the text. No it is not a "word to word" translation but what it does contain is God's message of love for his children (for each of his children). It's a Bible for children, for people seeking what God means to His children and for those who read to others. They will find a loving Father, His Son and Spirit. I have given away my second order of 3 and will need to order again soon.
Jessica5 Stars Out Of 5Best children's bibleJune 20, 2016JessicaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5the children loved them.
Q: Does the Jesus Storybook Bible come with a CD?
This item does not come with a CD, but CBD stock number WW718789 "The Jesus Storybook Bible, Deluxe Edition with CDs" does.
Q: Does this particular storybook bible come in Spanish and how do I order it online?
Yes, the book is available in a Spanish Edition. The CBD stock number for the Spanish edition is WW756067.
Q: What version is this? Such as KJV ect
This book contains stories based on the Biblical text. Where scripture quotations appear, they are taken from the New International Version.
Author: Sally Lloyd-Jones
Located in: New York, New York
Submitted: June 19, 2007
Tell us a little about yourself. I am a British born children's book writer living in New York City. I came to the States from the UK in 1989--just for a year. I"m still here.
I have worked for several years as the publisher of Christian Children's Books for Reader's Digest before leaving in 2000 to write full time.
I have written three other best-selling children's Bibles: Baby's First Bible; A Child's First Bible; and The Lift-The-Flap Bible. I can be found at sallylloyd-jones.com
What was your motivation behind this project? I wrote this so children could know that God is for them and loves them with a Never Stopping, Never Giving up, Unbreaking, Always and Forever Love.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? The Jesus Storybook Bible tells the Story beneath all the stories of the Bible. It takes the whole Bible to tell the Story. And at the center of the Story, there is a baby, the Child upon whom everything would depend. From Noah to Moses to King David, every story whispers his name. He is like the missing piece in a puzzle--the piece that makes all the other pieces fit together.
Who are your influences, sources of inspiration or favorite authors / artists? As far as writers go: C S Lewis, Edward Lear, A A Milne, James Marshall, to name just a very few... and teachers: Dr Timothy Keller, pastor of my church in New York City; Fredreck Buechner; Helmut Thielecke; Brennan Manning
Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know: Excerpted from The Jesus Storybook Bible: Every Story Whispers His Name by Sally Lloyd-Jones, Jago. Copyright © 2007. Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. "It's like an adventure story about a young Hero who came from a far country to win back his lost treasure. It's a love story about a brave Prince who leaves his palace, his throne, everything to rescue the one he loves. It's like the most wonderful of fairy tales that have come true in real life. You see, the best thing about this story is--it's true. It takes the whole Bible to tell this story. And at the center of the Story there is a baby. Every story in the Bible whispers his name. He is like the missing piece in a puzzle--the piece that makes all the other pieces fit together and suddenly you can see a beautiful picture. And this is no ordinary baby. This is the Child upon whom everything would depend. This is the baby that would one day-- but wait, our story starts where all good stories start. Right at the very beginning..."