My Little Bible

My Little Bible

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by Stephanie Britt
     
 

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My Little Bible is a collection of Bible stories and lessons taken from the International Children's Bible including the story of baby Moses, Jesus' birth, Jesus' call to love and help others, and many more.

These books have been beautifully repackaged and feature brighter colors, updated interior design, and a padded hardcover.

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Overview

My Little Bible is a collection of Bible stories and lessons taken from the International Children's Bible including the story of baby Moses, Jesus' birth, Jesus' call to love and help others, and many more.

These books have been beautifully repackaged and feature brighter colors, updated interior design, and a padded hardcover.

OVER 815,000 SOLD TO DATE of this edition!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781418565664
Publisher:
Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
Publication date:
05/02/1991
Sold by:
THOMAS NELSON
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
96
File size:
6 MB
Age Range:
2 - 5 Years

Meet the Author

Stephanie Britt

is a freelance illustrator for books,
greeting cards, and magazines. She has illustrated over 100 children's books and credits God for the huge success of the My
Little Bible
series. Prior to her freelance work, Britt worked for Hallmark Cards.

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My Little Bible Series - White 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
ISBN 0849908248 - I am very much not a fan of this stunningly (in a bad way) condensed bible. I am not Christian, but the bible is a fantastic book - and if you're going to introduce your children to it, this is not the best way. In 42 short stories (20 Old Testament, 22 New), stories from the bible are retold, followed by a question designed to see if the reader/listener was paying attention. Each story is accompanied by a cartoon-ish drawing. The drawings are all right, ranging from 'set in Jesus' day' to 'could have been last week', which I didn't like. The cartoon-like appearance of them, however, will appeal to children. The stories themselves are terribly done, because they're so short. As an example, Zacchaeus cheats people, climbs a tree to see Jesus, has dinner with him and stops cheating people. The question, following the story, is 'how was Zacchaeus able to see Jesus?' The more important question would be 'Why did Zacchaeus stop cheating people?' but that answer is not even IN the story, so no one who didn't already know the story could answer it! There are so many incredibly well-done children's bibles out there that you shouldn't settle for this one. It's small, and that's nice for little hands, but it's what's inside that matters - and what's inside this one isn't worthy of being called a bible.