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by V. Gilbert Beers,Tammie Lyon

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ISBN:
1434702936
Author:
V. Gilbert Beers,Tammie Lyon
Category:
Religions
Language:
English
Publisher:
David C. Cook; 2nd ed. edition (October 1, 2012)
Pages:
432 pages
EPUB book:
1634 kb
FB2 book:
1432 kb
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1669 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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811


If you are looking for a bible story book for your preschooler, you will not regret this purchase.

If you are looking for a bible story book for your preschooler, you will not regret this purchase.

The Preschooler's Bible book. And vibrant new illustrations by Tammy Lyon The classic, best-selling The Preschooler’s Bible offers the ideal follow-up to The Toddler’s Bible

The Preschooler's Bible book. And vibrant new illustrations by Tammy Lyon The classic, best-selling The Preschooler’s Bible offers the ideal follow-up to The Toddler’s Bible. Over 100 stories include classics, such as the flood, and less-often told stories, such as Solomon’s request for wisdom. With thoughtful questions and captivating writing, this book suits story time, bedtime, or family devotions.

The classic, best-selling The Preschooler's Bible offers the ideal follow-up to The Toddler's Bible. Over 100 stories include classics, such as the flood, and less-often told stories, such as Solomon's request for wisdom.

Title: The Preschooler's Bible By: V. Gilbert Beers Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 432 Vendor: David C Cook . Gilbert Beers Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 432 Vendor: David C Cook Publication Date: 2012. Dimensions: . 0 X . 5 (inches) ISBN: 1434702936 ISBN-13: 9781434702937 Ages: 3-5 Stock No: WW702937. More than a Bible story book, The Preschooler’s Bible offers parents and Church workers a resource that takes little hearts beyond just hearing the Bible’s stories to learning to discover God’s truths for themselves. Author Bio. ▼▲. Author of more than 100 bestselling books, Gil Beers has written children’s Bibles, children’s Sunday school curriculum, and adult Bible studies.

The Preschooler's Bible inspires your preschooler to love learning from the Bible, focuses on important values for your child's life, builds your child's godly character through Bible truth. and includes Bible Lessons and Character Values indexes to help parents select stories easily.

The Preschooler's Bible. V. Gilbert Beers (Author), Tammy Lyon (Illustrator). More than a Bible story book, The Preschoolers Bible offers parents and Church workers a resource that takes little hearts beyond just hearing the Bibles stories to learning to discover Gods truths for themselves.

More than a Bible story book, The Preschooler’s Bible offers parents and church workers a resource that takes little hearts beyond just hearing the Bible’s stories to. .Author: V. Gilbert Beers Pages: 432 Binding: Hardcover.

More than a Bible story book, The Preschooler’s Bible offers parents and church workers a resource that takes little hearts beyond just hearing the Bible’s stories to learning to discover God’s truths for themselves. Children’s Book: The Triumph of John and Betty Stam.

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The classic, best-selling The Preschooler’s Bible offers the ideal follow-up to The Toddler’s Bible. Over 100 stories include classics, such as the flood, and less-often told stories, such as Solomon’s request for wisdom.
  • Ranenast
I had high hopes for this Bible, as I am trying to find a gap for my three year old between her toddler bible and the Family-time bible in pictures that we use for homeschooling.
Pros - lovely captivating images on each page with only about four or five sentences, well suited for a two to three year old. About 101 stories, lends to reading a few times a week through the year, or daily for half a year.

Cons - written in present tense, very awkward and strange. VERY repetitive, with lots of emphasis on so-and-so "obeys God" while sacrificing key plot details in the stories. The lack of key plot elements removes touchstones for young children, waters the writing down inmy opinion, i really think they love hearing the elements of the storymore than the theology at this age. For example, the Tower of Babel story said nothing about God making it so the workers could no longer understand each other... Not a single mention of that, just that God made them leave their work since they needed to realize that god is more important than a tower. The author wants to impart the important part of the lesson on the preschooler, but sacrifices too much plot. I would prefer the parent be left to discuss such details, but have the key story elements in there. This lack of a key element occurs in many of the stories, while other odd things are left in, like a lengthy description of the birthright.

It's a really fast read too, but i guess thats to be expected. Of the 400 odd pages, I read about 60 in ten minutes with my toddler. She enjoyed it, but I stumbled constantly in the present tense of the stories, and literally at one point, I think Jacob is said to obey God so many times that I just had to skim it, because I was afraid she would fall asleep.
  • Morlurne
Bought the toddler Bible from this same company and I was very pleased so of course I had to buy the next step up when he grew a bit older. He is 2 and loves the stories and pictures on each page. Would buy again and plan on getting a "big girl" Bible once she gets a bit older too! You will be super pleased with this purchase!!
  • BOND
This is a wonderful bible for preschoolers. I bought it for my 4 year old grandson for Easter and my daughter reads to him every night from ot. He already has favorite stories. Colorful pictures and it's written perfectly for young ones. It works well with the toddler bible by the same author. They share many stories and my 2 yr old granddaughter follows along on her bible.
  • Ventelone
We are currently reading a story out of this nightly with our son. The pictures are cute. The stories are very basic but it is a good introduction to the Bible.
  • Blackbrand
Love this sweet bible! It is for my 4 year old and we use it for his homeschool curriculum. it tells the stories very well but also keeps it interesting for his age
  • Feri
I purchased this to use in my sunday school class and I have thoroughly enjoyed it. The stories are written on the perfect level for preschoolers and the pictures are vibrant and work great to keep the children engaged. If you are looking for a bible story book for your preschooler, you will not regret this purchase.
  • Shaktit
The stories are well worded and the pictures are beautiful.
My three year old listens well to this book and the pictures are pretty good. The content/theology is pretty weak.