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Number of Pages: 20
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 9.00 (inches)|
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Looking for a way to engage little ones in learning Bible stories?
The Look and Tell Bible gives preschoolers and toddlers the opportunity to use creative, charming illustrations to interact with you in an innovative way. Rebus format allows little ones to read along and become a part of the experience while learning important Bible stories.
Parents will love teaching their children these enduring stories while offering their children the opportunity to grow as a believer. Bible stories include: Adam and Eve, Noah and the Ark, Joseph, Moses, David and Goliath, Daniel and the Lions Den, the Nativity, the Feeding of the 5,000, the Good Samaritan, and the Easter Story.
loreallepaAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great book!August 8, 2016loreallepaAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5When I saw this book up for review, I knew it was going to be something the little guys in my Sunday School class would love!
First, lets talk about the amazing cover. The cover is so great, I knew it would draw them right in. I mean, hello, what boy doesn't love the story of David and Goliath! They knew straight away that the "big guy" was bad, and the smaller boy was the good guy.
The illustrations are absolutely adorable. The cartoon character version of people are especially cute
Each Bible story is condensed to only 5 or 6 sentences, with the main thoughts presented in a way children can understand. On the left page is a key, with pictures and the words of them. The right page has the story. The kids loved shouting out the words when I pointed to the pictures! I was so excited that the very first story was Creation, which coincided with exactly what we're learning about in class!
Another plus, this book is extremely durable for those who may get a little rougher than others.
This book was provided to me free of charge by Book Look in return for my honest review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
Blinking Writer5 Stars Out Of 5Look and Tell BibleJuly 11, 2016Blinking WriterQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5
The Look and Tell Bible published by Thomas Nelson is an extremely fun and creative board book written to engage young children in well known Bible stories.
This book includes all of the Bible stories we've all heard many times! But they are being told in a new way in this book! There are many pictures! You can tell what each picture is and it's not too busy like some other picture books.
The pages are board pages, so this is toddler proof! It's so hard to find good books with tough pages... my little ones are rough on books.
On the left side page, there's pictures and labels of what the pictures are underneath them. On the right side page, there's the story. In the story, they replaced some of the words with the pictures that are on the left side of the book. This helps the little ones be more interactive with the story and understand more.
Each story isn't too long and they aren't just a few sentences. They are a good length to get the whole story across and keep them interested. The pictures within the story really help with that.
I was super excited to share this with my little ones, but I haven't shared it with my oldest yet. I let my youngest (1 year old) look through it and he didn't want to give it back so I could put it back up for my oldest's (will be 3 years old) birthday this coming up Monday! I can't wait to show him, because I know that he will LOVE it!! Especially the David and Goliath story!
I was given this book in exchange for an honest book review from booklookbloggers!
D. HarbuckAge: 25-34Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5The look and Tell BibleJuly 8, 2016D. HarbuckAge: 25-34Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I was not sure what to expect when I agreed to review this book & I was delightfully surprised. This book really captured my sons attention. It has pictures the correspond with the words in the story on one page and then a page with a short bible story. The pictures are very bright and colorful. This is a very large board book. Overall, we really enjoyed reading it and I would definitely recommend it to other parents.
AnchoredMomLife5 Stars Out Of 5Book Review: The Look and Tell BibleJuly 5, 2016AnchoredMomLifeQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The Look and Tell Bible
Illustrated by Dawn Machell, Published by Thomas Nelson
"The Look and Tell Bible" is a Children's Book recommended for ages 3+. It is a durable board book. The front cover says, "Hear the Story, See the Picture, Say it myself!" which is exactly what started happening when reading with my own child. I like that it is on the larger side too (compared to typical board books).
When "The Look and Tell Bible" is opened up, the left page/side has images labeled with their name while the right page/side has the Bible story. These are popular stories for children taken from both the Old Testament and the New Testament.
There are 11 Bible stories in all: Creation, Noah's Ark, The Story of Joseph, Moses, David and Goliath, Daniel and the Lions' Den, Jesus is Born, Shepherds and Wise Men, The Feeding of the 5,000, The Good Samaritan, and Easter.
The first thing I noticed was the adorable illustrations! The cartoonized version of people are especially cute for kids. The only thing that might need to be explained further is that in some stories Jesus is illustrated as a baby and then in the next stories he's a full-grown man (with beard). While this is accurate and goes along with the Biblical accounts, it might be confusing if the reader does not explain to small childrenv.
I read this book with my toddler. I pointed to the pictures on the left and had him repeat after me when I said their name (i.e., world, Jesus, food, etc.). Then on the right page I read the words of the story, stopping to point out the "pictures" in the sentence. the My son is under the "recommended age," but at 2 years old he caught on quickly and had fun shouting the answers. I love that he can enjoy the pictures by himself, but more importantly that we can enjoy it together.
While each Bible story is condensed to only 5-6 sentences, the main thoughts are presented in a way that children can understand and remember God's goodness via protection, safety, power, and provision. This Bible lays the foundation for years to come. I will definitely recommend "The Look and Tell Bible" to others.
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TimIllinoisAge: 45-54Gender: Male5 Stars Out Of 5The Look and Tell BibleJuly 1, 2016TimIllinoisAge: 45-54Gender: MaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5While reviewing books, I frequently learn things. This should not be a surprise, as books should help us learn. While reviewing The Look and Tell Bible, I learned a new term: rebus. No, rebus does not mean one gets off a bus, only to get back onto said bus. I had seen rebus books before, have used them before, but never knew the technical term for what appeared. So, let me explain what I learned in hopes of helping others who may not know the term.
Rebus is a type of pictograph writing. Instead of writing words out, images or wordplay are presented to stand in for the words. As an example of wordplay thing p walk ark would represent walk in a park. These types of wordplay can be greatly entertaining. Rebus also is the term for when pictures or icons replace the word for which they are representations. Instead of using the word sun, a picture of a sun is used. Instead of the word boat, a picture of a boat is used. Most people have seen this technique, but I at least didnt know this term.
I give this background because this is the technique used in The Look and Tell Bible. As the reader opens the book, the page on the left shows wonderfully drawn images which are labeled. On the right, a segment of the bible story is written with this set of symbols inserted. The remaining text is simplified English, intended to help the pre-school child understand the story.
As the grandfather of a toddler, I understand better than ever the importance of the visual stimulation of little ones. This book does a wonderful job of blending the stories of the bible with illustrations which are fun and bright. As it is a large board book, it is very durable, so I look forward to sharing this book for many years to come with each successive grandchild. I heartily recommend this wonderful book for early readers or for those of us who want something to share with our little ones. I wish it were longer, but then it might not hold the attention span. At 20 pages, it is good for little ones with short attention spans.
Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from BookLook Bloggers for review purposes in exchange for a fair and honest review of the material contained. A positive review was not required and all thoughts on the book are my own.