“A Bible to Read All by Yourself”
The tagline on the top of the cover of The Early Reader’s Bible is incredibly accurate. This is “a Bible to read all by yourself.”
My daughter is an early reader. She is heading into grade 1 and is learning to read. As I was browsing through this children’s Bible, I was thinking about how my daughter, as an early reader, would engage with this content, and I think she would love it! It’s fascinating to me how all of these story Bibles can be so different and so unique.
I love children’s Bibles that have a consistent pattern and routine to them.
This story Bible has a couple of steady elements to it:
- For every story there are 3 full pages of Bible storied, simple “early reader” content
- At the end of every story there is “something to ask” (set of questions to review the story) and “something to do” (a handful of action steps to take in light of the story)
I’m a big fan of the author: V. Gilbert Beers.
A number of years ago, we use The Step-by-Step Bible: A Panoramic Journey Through God’s Word, in our Followers after school program, and we loved it! It was a great resource to walk students through the content of Scripture and Beers was a great and accurate storyteller. I’m thinking they used his style in this book, which is a really good thing.
Is The Early Reader’s Bible a full text of the Bible? Nope.
Does this story Bible have a lot of Bible stories in it? Yes.
Are the major Bible stories present? Yep.
Number of pages: 526
Age range: 4 – 8 years
Publisher: ZonderKidz (revised edition), January 7, 2001
This story Bible is available at:
- Wesleyan Publishing House The Early Reader’s Bible
- This children’s Bible is not available as an ebook
Giveaway Details and Instructions
We are giving this story Bible away! Here’s how:
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The contest is open for one week. At midnight on Tuesday, July 16, the contest will close, and the winner will be picked using a randomizer program and announced the following day.