The Berenstain Bears Holy Bible, NIrV

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Zondervan, Jun 28, 2011 - Bibles - 2048 pages
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Perfect for school, church, and home, the Berenstain Bears’ Holy Bible, NIrV is a large-print Bible for early readers. It uses the full text of the New International Reader’s Version (NIrV) written at a third-grade reading level. With the addition of 18 full-color pages of the popular Berenstain Bears illustrations with related biblical virtues, this is the perfect chance for beginning readers to embark on their first exploration of the Bible with friendly faces guiding the way. Features include: Book introductions—provide the main theme of the book and an outline of the contents Dictionary—key Bible words for quick reference Eighteen full-color pages—featuring your favorite characters from the Berenstain Bears with highlighted verses that focus on character traits and virtues (such as respect, courage, and friendship) supported by God’s Word. Large print—12-point type for easy reading Presentation page—for personalization and gift giving Reading plan—for 150 famous stories of the Bible Complete New International Reader’s Version (NIrV) text—written at a third-grade reading level and specifically designed to help early readers discover the Bible for themselves, it’s the perfect steppingstone to the NIV.


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This is now my favourite Bible!

User Review  - YolandaT -

The Berenstain Bear's Bible is a great buy for anyone who desires a Bible that is easier to read and provides quick quotes. I love the colour pages inserted throughout the book because they are fun to ... Read full review

Good book!

User Review  - LPSO -

Very good quality. Recommended for older children as it is actual text from the Bible, not a children's version. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Mike Berenstain grew up watching his parents, Stan and Jan, working together to write and draw these lovable bears. Eventually he started drawing and writing about them too.

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