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eBook Come, Ye Children: A Bible Storybook For Young Children ePub

by Jeff Steenholdt,Gertrude Hoeksema

  • ISBN: 0916206270
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Jeff Steenholdt,Gertrude Hoeksema
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Reformed Free Publishing Association; Third edition (September 1, 2010)
  • Pages: 600
  • ePub book: 1215 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1463 kb
  • Other: lit rtf lrf mbr
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 369

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A delightful illustrated Bible storybook for young children As a chidren's story Bible, this book has two strong points in its favour: 1. The pictures are respectful and faithful to the Bible.

A delightful illustrated Bible storybook for young children. -Christian News (formerly Lutheran News). As a chidren's story Bible, this book has two strong points in its favour: 1. For example, care has been taken to ensure that there are no pictures of Christ's face, since this would portray an illustrator's imagination rather than Biblical truth. 2. The stories are faithful to the Biblical text, and do not contain exegetical errors or man centered theology. However, these advantages are outweighed by a very large disadvantage: The story telling is very poor and dull.

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I read this book to my chlidren. They really like it. I think this is especailly good for teachers or parents. Nothing is better than this book.

A Bible Storybook For Young Children. There's no description for this book yet. by Gertrude Hoeksema. Published January 1, 1998 by Distributed by Kregel Publications. Bible stories, Christian life, English Bible stories.

Come, Ye Children: A Bible Storybook for Young Children by Gertrude Hoeksema.

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Young Children Bible Stories.

Young Children Bible Stories.

Family Bible Storybook. Bible Books for Children. Short Bible Stories for Young Children. Bible Quiz Questions Bible Stories For Kids Bible Resources Christian Parenting Bible Lessons Bible Games Sunday School Curriculum Childrens Sermons Kids Church. Bible stories for children. Family Bible Storybook. Instructions for puppets, collages, chalk art, friendship bracelets and more are provided to help children create Bible story art. Contains 53 Old Testament stories and 47 New Testament stories.

Every child should know the stories of their God so read on to learn about 20. .The Old Testament; Book Of Genesis, Chapter 11.

Every child should know the stories of their God so read on to learn about 20 important bible stories every child should know. Here are some of the important short Bible stories for kids that every Christian child should know: 1. The Story of Creation. Look back in time at how God created the world in six days. The Old Testament; Book of Genesis, Chapter One. Story. Years after the flood, when Noah and his family settled down and had more children, they began to move from place to place.

Year after year this book makes the RFPA' s list of top ten best sellers. Children who grew up with this book are now buying it to read to their children.

Well-equipped by her many years of teaching young children as a Christian school teacher, the author tells the key Bible stories from Genesis through Acts so that young children can understand them and love them.

The 198 stories are distinctively biblical and covenantal. Each story includes a thought to remember, and a black and white drawing that emphasizes the story's positive element.

Come, Ye Children is attractively bound in a sturdy laminated hardcover, is spaciously arranged for young eyes on heavy paper for durability, and includes six full-page color drawings.

For this reprint of Come, Ye Children, the pictures have been edited so that they no longer include images of Christ. This was one of the major reasons for reprinting this bible story book.

Comments

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To be clear, this is not a Bible. It's a storybook that covers the stories in the Bible. This book does not shy away from the uncommon stories that you typically won't find in a children's storybook (Enoch, Jacob & Esau, Hagar, etc), but also has the "main" ones (Creation, Noah, Abraham, etc). The truth is clear and presented nicely with the important details being highlighted. It's a quick easy read with each story being about a page and a half. Perfect for morning or dinner devotionals. I'd say this book is great for children ages 3-10 years old. I love how thorough it is.
Dagdage Dagdage
As a chidren's story Bible, this book has two strong points in its favour:

1. The pictures are respectful and faithful to the Bible. For example, care has been taken to ensure that there are no pictures of Christ's face, since this would portray an illustrator's imagination rather than Biblical truth.
2. The stories are faithful to the Biblical text, and do not contain exegetical errors or man centered theology.

However, these advantages are outweighed by a very large disadvantage: The story telling is very poor and dull. The way the stories are told is distinctly dull, and does not interest children. Our children lost interest as a result, and we were compelled to begin using a different children's Bible.

Recommended instead: The Children's Story Bible by Anne DeVries. - GODLY GADFLY
Winail Winail
This book came to us as part of a Reformed homeschooling curriculum. My son was terribly pleased as there are pictures in this book. I was not so pleased as I found that I had to edit the stories early on. Also, the translation of the story of Esther is so questionable that the homeschool recommends we not read it to the children. I have dropped the book from our daily study and fortunately, so far, my son has not noticed. If you are looking for a Reformed children's bible try The Child's Story Bible by Catherine Vos. We have used that as part of our family worship time for several years and have not found any problem's theologically.
Kerahuginn Kerahuginn
We use both this book and Catherine Vos's book and found Hoeksema's book more to our liking. The stories are very consistent and manageable in length with a brief application at the end. Each story has an illustration, and there are no pictures trying to depict Jesus' face. One drawback (for us) is that the dialogue is in KJV, but we change that as we read. As one reviewer mentioned, they are very hard on Esther, but that is only four stories. Our son (five years old currently) often wants us to read more than one chapter/story at a time.
Lavivan Lavivan
I read this book to my chlidren. They really like it. I think this is especailly good for teachers or parents. Nothing is better than this book.