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For more than 35 years, the best-selling Arch ® Books Bible story series has captivated children. Each book presents a complete Bible story in a fun-to-read way children can understand and remember. This book retells the events of Palm Sunday through Easter day (Matthew 21:1-28:10; Mark 11:1-16; Luke 19:29-24:12; John 12:12-20:10). Softcover from Concordia. Recommended for ages 5-9.
Number of Pages: 16
Vendor: Concordia Publishing House
Publication Date: 2001
Dimensions: 8.00 X 6.25 (inches)
Series: Arch Books
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The most popular children's Bible story series in the world Generations of Christian children have learned the Bible through the lively poems and colorful illustrations of Arch Books. Parents trust these colorful books to teach their children Bible stories from Genesis through Acts in a fun, memorable way.
The Arch Books series of 100 titles is conveniently divided into 8 sections that include related stories for an organized journey through the Bible.
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GinnyAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Good Christian books for kidsMay 4, 2015GinnyAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Arch Books are great for the younger set to learn Bible truths. The Week That Led to Easter is well written and interesting.
SnapplesCharlotte, NCAge: 35-44Gender: female1 Stars Out Of 5Very nice, but two parts inappropriateMarch 30, 2014SnapplesCharlotte, NCAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 1Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1I have this book at home and it was a favorite. I considered purchasing one for every child on the team I coach. After specifically rereading to evaluate it for a gift, I don't feel I can gift it. On the last page in the letter to parents, it directs parents to reenact the week that led to Easter including having kids dress up and have the children yell "Crucify Him!"...come on Arch books...how about have the children yell "Hosanna to the King!". And I think it's time to make the hard break with the word Easter (which some have researched to link to Ishtar) and say Jesus' Resurrection instead. On page 3 it reads "He knew His life was doomed." While I believe there is room to reason throughout the Old Testament and in the book of Revelation that Jesus knew at his own start well before coming in human flesh, that his crucifixion was the plan, I just don't like that wording. Based upon Jesus' teaching to me...while I'm working with a 6 year old in tears that he keeps doing wrong and wants to be as good as Jesus, but it's too hard. Based on how Jesus came to my heart in that moment of my own frustration with that situation and other situations where I was idolizing my sport and my own effort..Jesus reassured me that he knew he had to take care of us for eternity in His perfection, in laying down himself on his own choice, in His resurrection, and his rule on the throne in heaven, because of our life challenges and weaknesses like these. I personally do not think we are taught to focus on any doom even when we understand challenge and persecution to any degree. I would have to imagine Jesus focused so much on the glory and love of God the Father to Him and how much Jesus himself does love us in order for him to align his understanding of God's ways and God's will. 98% of this book is awesome and two issues just sit so uncomfortably with me while I homeschool and coach so I will be eliminating this from our family library. I used a lot of Arch books to teach advanced beginner reading skills, but I'm not sure about them now. I'm not a fan of reenacting the stations of the cross. To understand the crucifixion is one thing to reenact it and with such a specific shout is another. Besides...He said "It is finished."
Stephanie O'neal5 Stars Out Of 5April 21, 2010Stephanie O'nealThis was a very nicely illustrated (as in not cartoonish) summary of the events of Easter week. It is for younger children and early readers. I read it aloud at our church's Easter party, then gave copies to the children.
Janelle5 Stars Out Of 5April 3, 2010JanellePresents Easter story in accurate, concise poetry form with great illustrations. Will use it for Sunday School lesson and at home.
Marilyn5 Stars Out Of 5March 30, 2009MarilynLast year I took 18 copies of this book on a mission trip to Jamaica; and this year I am giving this little book to my grandson,age 6. I think it is perfect for children. Iplan to give it to my other grandsons when they are old enough.
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