childrens-bible-365-storiesAnother read-through-the-Bible-in-a-year kind of Bible for children.

The Children’s Bible in 365 Stories: A story for every day of the year, is arranged similarly to the Day by Day Kid’s Bible. The stories are dated and organized to fit in a calendar year.

And that’s about it. There are no special features or interactive website or mobile app. No amazing graphics or textual assists. Just the story of the day amidst a picture in the background. Each day of reading seems to be between 7-9 paragraphs. So the content is pretty simple and seemingly digestible for preschool children and readable for early readers. It kind of has an old-fashioned feel to it, much like The Golden Children’s Bible. It’s kinda nice and simple.

From the author, Mary Batchelor:

Not everything in the Bible could possibly have been squeezed into this book, so I have picked out the most exciting stories and the best-loved ones. But I chose with another purpose, too. Although the Bible may seem to be a puzzling mixture of different kinds of writing, the separate parts fit together, like pieces in a jig-saw, to make one whole picture. I wanted to make that picture plain.

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Specifics

Is The Children’s Bible in 365 Stories a full text of the Bible? No.
Does this story Bible have a lot of Bible stories in it? Yes, many.
Are the major Bible stories present? It appears so, yes.

Number of pages: 416
Age range: 3 and up
Publisher: David C. Cook, Reissue edition, January 5, 1995

This story Bible is available at:

Giveaway Details and Instructions

We are giving this Bible away! Here’s how:

Anyone and everyone is eligible. In order to be included in the random drawing you must do one of the 4 things below.

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The contest is open for one week. At midnight on Tuesday, October 22, the contest will close, and the winner will be picked using a randomizer program and announced the following day.

4 COMMENTS

  1. I like the story of Noah and the ark. I am fascinated at how children love animals and the story of Noah is so interesting to them.

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