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Number of Pages: 416
Vendor: David C. Cook
Publication Date: 1998
|Dimensions: 9.75 X 6.75 (inches)|
With more than a million copies sold, this classic Scripture provides an ageless Bible story for every day of the year. It's a perfect addition to any Sunday school room or children's church program.
"An imaginative arrangement, preserving the on-going interest of a serial . . . The illustrations are excellent . . . and will hold the listener's eye if the book is being read aloud . . . This selection provides a built-in continuity which other collections lack."Church Times
"Written in a lively, easily understood style which still retains the dignity of the original . . . The luminous artwork is realistic, expressive and well-researched in detail."School Library Journal
"Many children's books retell Bible stories. This is one of the best for its factual, sensitive and imaginative approach. The stories are allowed to speak for themselves in a panorama of scripture from Genesis to Revelation, and each is beautifully and imaginatively illustrated. [Here is] storytelling par excellence, clear, uncomplicated, concise, superlative."Churchman
"The selections are just the right length . . . After using this book for several months, I can enthusiastically recommend it for families with young children."Christian Home and School
Carol5 Stars Out Of 5Children's BibleJanuary 6, 2017CarolQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5hard cover childrens Bible that is put in short stories. Great over view of the scriptures, I have read it dozens of times to my kids and it portraits the Spirit of Gods truth beautifully.
Tom5 Stars Out Of 5The Children's Bible in 365 StoriesOctober 23, 2014TomQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5My family read a Bible story and prayed together every night from when my 3 children were infants until they left for college, and we wore out 5 or 6 Bible story books over the course of the 24 years from the oldest's birth to the youngest's leaving home. This was my children's favorite of them all, and now I give one of these to every child baptized in our church. It's GREAT! Short stories, cool pictures, and it covers most of the Bible.
Stephen Marusich2 Stars Out Of 5The Children's Bible in 365 storiesSeptember 7, 2014Stephen MarusichQuality: 4Value: 2Meets Expectations: 2Was not impressed with how the stories were presented. Information like the "6 week flood" isn't exactly what the bible teaches and I don't want to reteach my children when they get older.
Thomas Antis4 Stars Out Of 5Exactly what I neededJune 4, 2012Thomas AntisQuality: 3Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I was looking for a book of Bible stories that my 8 and 9-year olds could read with mom and I. I wanted a comprehensive storybook and not one with a few or the most popular stories. I preferred one with good art. This edition fits the bill nicely. The stories are engaging and well written, and the copious art is nicely rendered and printed. Since we wanted a book to encourage the kid's reading and to reinforce their familiarity with Bible stories, we weren't overly concerned about some criticisms of doctrinal deviations we read about here. Our family studies the Bible itself, and this book is not intended to be instructional as much as devotional. We talk together and can clarify any points of doctrine that this book may throw into question. All in all, reading these stories as they are doesn't cause much conflict in our children's minds, and we don't see the need to nit pick.
My only criticism of the book itself is the cheap-ish binding. I would hope a book like this could be a keeper and passed down, but at the low price, I suppose it is all that could be expected.
yleeLos Alamitos, CAAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5December 2, 2011yleeLos Alamitos, CAAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5My granddaughter is really enjoying the stories in this bible. She looks forward to having them read to her before she goes to be.