The Children's Illustrated Bible

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Dorling Kindersley, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 320 pages
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Written in conjunction with educators, scholars, and religious advisors, this retelling of favourite Old and New Testament stories retains the original feel and poetry of the Bible while appealing to contemporary young readers.

DK's Children's Illustrated Biblefeatures some of the best-known Bible tales, including, the Birth of Jesus, Jacob's Ladder, Noah's Ark and the Resurrection. Written especially for children in a clear, easy-to-understand tone. A 'Who's Who in the Bible Stories' section and quotations from the King James Bible, listed by chapter and verse, add even more value to this unique resource.

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User Review  - Angelo - Christianbook.com

I have some serious questions about what this ‘Bible’ teaches children: Page 206: ‘Jesus was Jewish’? Not according to the Bible. He was the founder of Christianity. Page 207: ‘Jesus proclaimed ... Read full review

So many Great Pictures and tons of information

User Review  - Kimber - Christianbook.com

I love this Children's Bible. I have purchased a couple different Children's Bibles in the past as gifts. I believe this one is great for Children who are a little bit older and even for adults! So ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Selina Hastings is the author of several children's books that reflect her interest in language and history including Sir Gawain and the Loathly Lady and The Canterbury Tales.

Eric Thomas, a teacher of graphics, print, and illustration, has worked as a freelance illustrator for the BBC, The Times of London, and The Economist.

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