A Child's BibleMost storybook Bibles feel like Bibles rather than storybooks.

Sure, the genre is a storybook written for children in narrative form with the Bible as the main text, but A Child’s Bible feels more like any storybook a child would pick off the shelf read. It’s a large square, thin book that feels like any other storybook. This story Bible has animal pictures on its cover so it looks even more like an animal storybook than a Bible storybook. I don’t think this children’s Bible is trying to trick its readers, but I really like the subtly of it.

I’d also like to note that the titles of each story are unique as well. Like:

  • “The whispering snake”
  • “Ten rules for life”
  • “Breakfast by the lake”

Stories are short and digestible for children.

Combining charming illustrations and engaging storytelling, A Child’s Bible brings the Bible to life for young readers. More than a collection of random Bible stories, this book appropriately represents the Bible as the story of God’s relationship with his created world and people.

A Child’s Bible is a child’s perfect introduction to the God who made you and me and all the world.

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Specifics

Is A Child’s Bible a full text of the Bible? No.
Does this story Bible have a lot of Bible stories in it? Yes.
Are the major Bible stories present? Yep.

Number of pages: 144
Age range: 3 and up
Publisher: Standard Publishing, September 1, 2005

This story Bible is available at:

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The contest is open for one week. At midnight on Tuesday, September 24, the contest will close, and the winner will be picked using a randomizer program and announced the following day.

5 COMMENTS

  1. I would use this book to read and show pictures to children in our nursery / preschool class here at Randleman First Wesleyan Church..

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