The My Take-Along Bible seems to be designed for a preschool child who plans to take his/her Bible to church.
It has a swivel handle that makes carrying the story Bible very fun and easy.
This children’s Bible contains 11 stories:
- The Story of Creation
- Adam and Eve
- Noah and the Flood
- The Story of Joseph and His Brothers
- The Story of Baby Moses
- Moses and the Ten Commandments
- David and Goliath
- Jesus is Born
- Jesus Feeds Five Thousand
- Easter Sunday
Every story rhymes and contains two, four-line stanzas (expect for the story of Joseph which contains three, four-line stanzas). Because of the rhyming, the stories are easy to memorize and simple to remember. In addition to the rhyming, each story contains an application sentence to help bring the story home to the child.
There are no wasted pages in this story Bible. The first page opens up to the story of creation. Each page solid and thick making it nearly impossible to bend or tear. This children’s Bible is prepared for the rough and tumble years of early childhood!
Description on the back of the story Bible:
This wonderful Bible is perfect for little hands to “take along” to church–or anywhere! The carefully chosen Bible stories are delightfully retold in rhyme, with scriptural references and special discussion points for parents and children. Beautifully illustrated, the timeless stories in My Take-Along Bible are sure to come to life for every young reader.
Is the My Take-Along Bible a full text of the Bible? No.
Does this story Bible have a lot of Bible stories in it? Eleven.
Are the major Bible stories present? Kinda.
Number of pages: 20
Age range: 2 and up
Publisher: New Leaf Press, March 1, 2004
This story Bible is available at:
- WPH – My Take-Along Bible
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