The Beginner's Bible Heroes of the Bible Collection

Kobo ebook | December 20, 2011

byZonderKidz

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Heroes of the Bible is a 5-book treasury featuring the following Old Testament stories: Noah and the Ark Moses and the King Queen Esther Helps God’s People David and the Giant Daniel and the Lions Featuring The Beginner’s Bible artwork with easy-to-read text in the I Can Read, My First Level, this collection is sure to be a winner with parents looking for a way to share God’s Word with their youngsters. With the addition of a CD with the audio reading of each of these popular Bible stories, this hardcover edition will become a favorite to read and listen to over and over. Featuring dramatic voices, music, sound effects, and even a signal to let children know it’s time to turn the page, Heroes of the Bible is a perfect addition to any family bookshelf.

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Heroes of the Bible is a 5-book treasury featuring the following Old Testament stories: Noah and the Ark Moses and the King Queen Esther Helps God’s People David and the Giant Daniel and the Lions Featuring The Beginner’s Bible artwork with easy-to-read text in the I Can Read, My First Level, this collection is sure to be a winner with...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:December 20, 2011Publisher:ZonderkidzLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0310728711

ISBN - 13:9780310728719

Customer Reviews of The Beginner's Bible Heroes of the Bible Collection

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful images Children's Bible Purchased for my 5-yr old and the 2 and 7-year olds enjoy it also. The stories are short and easy to read, and the images are very well drawn and colored. I would say this bible is more for children under 5 because my older children are asking for more details. I use this bible in conjunction with the Beginner's Bible stories on YouTube.
Date published: 2015-11-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Kids' First I-Can-Read-It Bible Reason for Reading: Ds read to me over about the period of a year as his bible reading. We had a schedule where on every Fri. I would put away our usual religious instruction materials and he would lead the lesson by reading for 20 minutes from this book and it would also cover his reader for the day, thus lightening Friday's load. He started the book off managing to read one story per allotted time but by the New Testament he was reading three stories each sitting as a rule. So we watched his reading improve over the course of this book. This is a very nice first Bible reader for any child who is at that stage of reading and also would make a great read aloud to pre-schoolers. The pictures are very cartoonish, which I'm not too keen on, but ds enjoyed the look of the book very much and never complained about reading from it. A good selection of stories, including all the popular ones, with the New Testament told chronologically. This Bible is from a Protestant point of view and as Catholics we had very little problem with that at all. The OT presented no problems for us and the NT was only conspicuous in what it left out. The only story we needed to talk about afterwards was the story that tells of Jesus telling Peter to "take good care of His people". It seemed to be an afterthought and we discussed the whole real story we've read from the Gospel. Otherwise a decent, good, entertaining, well-written easy reader, for kids to have as their first Bible they can read themselves.
Date published: 2011-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great! Very good to introduce the Bible characters and stories to my 3 and 6 yrs old kids. Each story is summarized in a few sentences and easy to understand for young children. My kids love the drawings too. I would recommend this.
Date published: 2011-04-09