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eBook The New Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes Gift Edition ePub

by Kenneth N. Taylor

  • ISBN: 0802430783
  • Category: Religions
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Kenneth N. Taylor
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Moody Publishers; New edition (January 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 384
  • ePub book: 1821 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1831 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 625

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Kenneth is the author of The Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes, Devotions for the Childrens House, and Big Thoughts for Little People, as well as the best-selling Living Bible paraphrase.

Kenneth is the author of The Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes, Devotions for the Childrens House, and Big Thoughts for Little People, as well as the best-selling Living Bible paraphrase. Start reading The New Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.

The New Testament in Pictures for Little Eyes. That's how I got to read the Bible KJV and learn a lot. I never disliked it. As a child tears well up in my eyes when I see pictures of Jesus Christ and His Mission of Love in the world. This picture Bible is a must for all children. Big Thoughts for Little People: ABC's to Help You Grow.

This read-aloud book will give your children an unforgettable introduction to the Bible. With 10 children and more than 25 grandchildren of his own, Kenneth N. Taylor (Wheaton College, Dallas Theological Seminary, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, T. has more than ample experience with teaching children about the Bible. The author of the best-selling Living Bible paraphrase, and Devotions for the Children’s Hour, Dr. Taylor is Chairman of the Board at Tyndale House Publishers.

The Picture Bible for Little People. Look no further; here's the perfect first Bible for very young children. Tyndale House, 2004, Hardcover.

How do you choose? The Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes has been a. .Even little children can understand great truths when told to them in simple words.

Now, The New Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes features entirely updated artwork. And when pictures are added, doubly indelible impressions are made that can last forever. This book can be read to children aged approximately 3 1/2 to 6 years with wonderful results!

ISBN13: 9780802405951. Release Date: January 1999. Publisher: Moody Publishers.

This updated version of the classic, for children 4–7, features completely new illustrations by Annabel Spenceley and simple sentence prayers to end each story.

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Here's the perfect first Bible for the very young children. It's a thrill for parents to buy their children their first Bible. How do you choose? The Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes has been a favorite for over four decades, with short illustrated Bible stories written in simple language.

Now, The New Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes features entirely updated artwork. This easily portable edition is the perfect interactive way to share the truths of the Bible with the youngest ones in your life. Even little children can understand great truths when told to them in simple words. And when pictures are added, doubly indelible impressions are made that can last forever. This book can be read to children aged approximately 3 1/2 to 6 years with wonderful results!

Comments

Goltikree Goltikree
We are unschooling/homeschooling 3 kids under 4 and every morning we do about the only consistent thing of our day which is at breakfast we have a habit of reading through scripture, some saying of Early Church fathers and the Saints of the day. About a month ago we added this book. Overall it is great- the left page is a story which has prompt questions and on the right side is the picture. Since we approach learning as a family, I like that the book engages my kids at their own individual level. The pictures are great for my littlest ones and the extra questions keep the elder one focused and looking for the clues in the picture and story. For example it starts the story by asking a question, tells the story, and then asks again. The kids are prompted in what to look for and then get to answer at the end. It’s a great learning tool and helps if I am not quite yet awake-which is most mornings - let’s be real. On the con side- they left quite a lot of great stories out and the focus seems more on OT ones than the New but it’s an addition to our library not a replacement. But out of around a hundred books we’ve added in the past year this is one of my favorites.
Jan Jan
The earlier Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes was the Bible for my four children from 1958 and up. We wore out two copies as they carried their personal Bible with them. I bought 100 copies (a box) and carried a few in the car all the time. When I saw a child playing, I would stop and take a book in hand to find the child's mother. I sold many of them and bought a replacement copy just this week.
And now, the upgraded version. The copy I ordered through Amazon has not yet arrived but I reviewed the New Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes and highly recommend it for children ages 4-8 and many children will read it through age 10. This is one of the most valuable books in America because it is child-related at a critical age of their development. "Learning the Bible at Mother's Knee!"
Hystana Hystana
Perfect children’s Bible!! Easy to read, short Bible stories with great pictures!!
Hawk Flying Hawk Flying
I love these simple stories based on Bible stories. I was able to spend short sweet time with my children and now grandchildren around the Scriptures. I led my child to accept the Lord as her Savior reading these.
Survivors Survivors
This is the way to teach little ones the stories in the Bible. It seems well illustrated to me. Certainly our grand-kids seem to be getting a lot from it, and that's really what this is all about.
Ubranzac Ubranzac
I was reluctant in buying another bible when my homeschool curriculum recommended this bible but I am SO glad I did! It is my favorite bible. More than jesus story book or big picture bible. this one is the only one that my 4 year old can answer the comprehension questions. it is interactive and it makes one story into a few smaller stories so they get the whole story.
Kakashkaliandiia Kakashkaliandiia
We have a lot of Bibles in our home. This is a must for our collection. The pictures are great. I love that at the end of each story it lists suggested questions to ask your children. It also has a little verse/prayer for each story.
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