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- More than 200 beloved Bible stories, including time-honored favorites like Adam and Eve, Noah and the Rainbow, Joseph's Dreams, Jonah and the Big Fish, Baby Jesus and much more.
- Bold, bright illustrations that will capture a child's imagination.
- Discussion starter with each story designed to encourage deeper understanding.
- Well-know children's author Gwen Ellis retells stories based on the International Children's Bible translation.
- Text and art carefully evaluated to attain the highest level of accurate and age appropriateness.
- Ideal for guided learning with parents, caregivers and teachers.
Number of Pages: 440
Vendor: Tommy Nelson
Publication Date: 2007
|Dimensions: 8 X 6.75 (inches)|
Our Daily Bread: Prayers, Graces, and Slices of Scripture for KidsGwen EllisB&H Books / 2006 / Hardcover$8.49 Retail:
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It is big and bright with lots of page-turning learning about the Word of God.
The Read and Share Bible is unique in its format and solid in Bible teaching. Packed with 200 stories that are simple re-tellings, the gigantic message of God's love and care is sure to win the hearts of little ones and give them a strong Bible foundation to guide their lives. With over 400 pieces of art, this Bible Storybook is highly interactive as it encourages Scripture Memory and reinforces comprehension with quick activities for you and your children.
Stories include Noah, David, Joseph, Abraham, Paul, and Christ as well as many other timeless Biblical characters and lessons.
Gwen Ellis has been writing and editing all kinds of books for many years. Her Read and Share Bible and its ancillary products have sold more than 1.3 million units. Gwen is fierce in her endeavor to communicate the Word of God to kids, and she is the proud mother of two adult children and two wonderful grandchildren.
On every page, award-winning children's illustrator Steve Smallman's colorful and action-filled graphics harmonize with the narrative. Gwen Ellis, the bestselling author of many well-loved children's books, has a knack for simply and temptingly presenting Bible stories. If you are looking for a good book to put pizzazz into your devotions with your little ones, the Read and Share Bible will fit your needs. Donna Eggett, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com
jdb35 Stars Out Of 5Great Bible for LittlesMay 29, 2016jdb3Quality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0I purchased this Bible for my just turned 3 year old son as our Sunday school uses the video curriculum that corresponds. I felt he would relate to the Bible book better than the videos as he doesn't always grasp or pay attention to the dvd at his age. I am very happy with it. I love the questions that lead to the next story. He enjoys sitting and listening and is engaged in the stories and the characters. I would highly recommend this beginners Bible as it is a great way to introduce little ones to God's Word.
Lucita5 Stars Out Of 5Just what I was looking for.January 28, 2012LucitaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5It's exactly what I've been looking for, for my children to read to them at bedtime. And they love this book!
KangarooCaliforniaAge: 25-34Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Best OptionJanuary 7, 2012KangarooCaliforniaAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4While this children's Bible is the best one I have found in my research to properly educate my toddlers, it's not always accurate. My three year old loves the pictures and stories. This Bible is his favorite version as well. We have only read through it twice in the last year but it's good. I bought this one for my nephew for Christmas this year and I would choose this one again if helping someone else to invest in their children.
JenniferBCanadaAge: 35-44Gender: Female4 Stars Out Of 5Solid Story Bible for Toddlers and PreschoolersJuly 17, 2011JenniferBCanadaAge: 35-44Gender: FemaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Our family has a Ã¢â¬Ëthing' for Bble storybooks. With four children in the family eight and under, we have collected a number of Bible storybooks over the years as we seek to teach our children the major landmarks and meanings of God's Word. In the youngest years it has proven most fruitful to focus on people, places, and events - the typical fare found in Bible storybooks. Children of the youngest ages - toddlers through preschool - need concrete facts to remember and latch onto as mental pegs for adding more detailed information and doctrine to in their later years.
The Read and Share Bible from Thomas Nelson includes more than two hundred simple, two-page, brightly illustrated stories that have been simply retold by Gwen Ellis for little ones. Many of them are the common stories that you would expect to find included - creation, the exodus from Egypt, Daniel and the lion's den, Jonah, Samson, many stories from the life of Christ, and many more. There are also quite a few unusual stories included - losing the Ark of the Covenant, Gideon, Solomon judging between the two women and the baby, and more.
All of the stories are presented in chronological order, and with Bible references and discussion questions included. The Table of Contents is excellent, with the stories listed by name, with the verse reference, and the page number. This is really great, particularly if you want to find an illustrated story to go along with your family's devotional readings from God's Word Itself. Sometimes the discussion questions go too deep for the intended age group - asking Ã¢â¬Ëwhy' questions better left for older children with higher levels of thinking abilities. I skipped and modified quite a few of these as appropriate for my children and to avoid frustration.
My three-year-old particularly loved this story Bible, and my five-year-old has also really enjoyed it. We read through it in its entirety together at bedtimes and they were always eager to hear more than one story. The Read and Share Bible is very gentle throughout and respectful of the deep emotional sensibilities of preschoolers. Jesus' death - for instance - is dealt with gently for small children - the three crosses are shown at a distance.
Though I'm not too keen on Steve Smallman's illustrations (everyone has such big noses!) but I do appreciate that they are bright and kept my children fully engaged. This is a very solid first book of Bible stories for two through five-year-olds (I even had my eight-year-old asking to see pictures and joining in the discussions at bedtime). We have all enjoyed reading this Bible together!
Handprints Early Ed CntrColorado Springs, COAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great Product!March 9, 2011Handprints Early Ed CntrColorado Springs, COAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Our Preschool gave a copy of this Bible to each of our children as a Christmas Gift. Our teachers read out of it daily during circle time. The children love the bright pictures and the simple text conveys the stories easily. It is interactive and asks questions so that the children can relate to the story.