The New Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes

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Moody Publishers, Sep 1, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 384 pages
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Here's the perfect first Bible for the very young children. It's a thrill for parents to buy their children their first Bible. How do you choose? The Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes has been a favorite for over four decades, with short illustrated Bible stories written in simple language. Now, The New Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes features entirely updated artwork. This easily portable edition is the perfect interactive way to share the truths of the Bible with the youngest ones in your life. Even little children can understand great truths when told to them in simple words. And when pictures are added, doubly indelible impressions are made that can last forever. This book can be read to children aged approximately 3 1/2 to 6 years with wonderful results!
 

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Perfect for quite young children.

User Review  - Halfpint - Christianbook.com

I purchased this Story Bible for a 3 and 6 year old. Perfect. Kids love pictures and the stories are very short. It holds their attention and gets right to the point. Read full review

Great teaching tool

User Review  - lyle - Christianbook.com

Teaching children Biblical truths is sometimes difficult. This book helps make the Bible stories understandable for children (AND ADULTS) I find it accurate and "in line" with Biblical teaching. Read full review

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KENNETH N. TAYLOR was the founder of Tyndale House Publishers and the Christian Booksellers Association (CBA). With 10 children and more than 25 grandchildren, he had ample experience in teaching children about the Bible. Kenneth is the author of The Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes, Devotions for the Childrens House, and Big Thoughts for Little People, as well as the best-selling Living Bible paraphrase. His desire was to see more and more easy-to-read, understandable, contemporary versions of the Bible in hundreds of languages overseas.

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