Read and Share Bedtime Bible and Devotional [NOOK Book]

Overview

Easy-to-understand Bible stories and fun devotionals are the perfect way to send little ones to bed feeling safe and blessed.


Perfect for bedtime—or anytime—the Read and Share® Bedtime Bible and Devotional will be parents’ go-to source for teaching children the stories of the Bible and sharing the amazing joy and wonder of God’s Word. More than 200 Bible stories and 50 devotionals feature memory verses, songs, activities, prayers, and ...

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Read and Share Bedtime Bible and Devotional

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Overview

Easy-to-understand Bible stories and fun devotionals are the perfect way to send little ones to bed feeling safe and blessed.


Perfect for bedtime—or anytime—the Read and Share® Bedtime Bible and Devotional will be parents’ go-to source for teaching children the stories of the Bible and sharing the amazing joy and wonder of God’s Word. More than 200 Bible stories and 50 devotionals feature memory verses, songs, activities, prayers, and discussion starters. The text and art have been carefully evaluated to attain the highest level of accuracy and age-appropriate topics, and the bold, bright illustrations will capture a child’s imagination.


With more than one million Read and Share products sold, the Read and Share Bedtime Bible and Devotional is ideal for young families who are looking for tools to help teach their children about sharing God’s love and who are want to make the most of the time they spend together.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781400321483
  • Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/2/2012
  • Sold by: THOMAS NELSON
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 656
  • Sales rank: 677,971
  • Age range: 4 years
  • File size: 63 MB
  • Note: This product may take a few minutes to download.

Meet the Author

Gwen Ellis is the bestselling author of the Read and Share® Bible and a full line of Read and Share® products. She is the owner of Seaside CreativeServices, a speaking, writing, and editing service.
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Read and Share Bedtime Bible


By Gwen Ellis

Thomas Nelson

Copyright © 2012 Thomas Nelson, Inc.
All right reserved.

ISBN: 978-1-4003-2148-3


Chapter One

Old Testament

The First Day Genesis 1:1–5

In the beginning God made heaven and earth. At first it was empty and dark. But God gathered up the light and called it day.

Then He gathered up the darkness and called it night. God was watching over everything.

What do you think God did next?

The Second Day Genesis 1:6–8

On day two God divided the air from the water. He put some water above the air and some below it. He named the air sky.

The next day God made something many children like, especially in the summer. Can you guess what it is?

The Third Day Genesis 1:9–13

On day three God was busy. He made puddles and oceans and lakes and waterfalls and rivers. He made the dry ground too.

Next He made plants. He made so many different kinds of trees, flowers, and bushes, that no one could count them all. God said His work was good.

Wow! God made so much on that day. But can you guess what was missing?

The Fourth Day Genesis 1:14–19

On day four God put the sun in the sky to warm the earth. He saw that the night was very dark, so God put the moon and the stars in the sky.

Then God made spring, summer, fall, and winter. All that He made was good.

Next God made flippy, flappy fun things. Let's see what they were.

The Fifth Day Genesis 1:20–23

On day five God made starfishes, octopuses, whales, and turtles. He made fast little fish for rivers and slippery big fish for the ocean.

He made big birds like eagles to soar in the sky and zippy little birds like hummingbirds. He made birds in all shapes, sizes, and colors.

Which bird do you think is the prettiest? Which is the strongest?

The Sixth Day Genesis 1:24–31

On day six God made the animals—puppies, cows, horses, kitties, bears, lizards, mice, worms, and lots more. Everything was good.

But something was still missing. There were no people. So God made some. And when He made them, He made them like Himself. He made them so they could be friends with Him.

Where do you think the first people lived?

Adam and Eve Genesis 2:1–5, 15–22; 3:20

God named the first man Adam. God put Adam in a beautiful garden. He gave him all the animals. He gave him all the fish and the birds too.

Then God gave Adam one more thing. God made a woman to be Adam's wife. Adam named his wife Eve. On day seven God rested from all His work.

Uh-oh. Something bad was about to happen on the earth.

(Continues...)



Excerpted from Read and Share Bedtime Bible by Gwen Ellis Copyright © 2012 by Thomas Nelson, Inc.. Excerpted by permission of Thomas Nelson. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.
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