The Sweetest Story Bible for Toddlers by Diane StortzThe Sweetest Story Bible for Toddlers by Diane Stortz

The Sweetest Story Bible for Toddlers

byDiane StortzIllustratorSheila Bailey

Board Book | December 9, 2014

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The sweetest things surround your little girl's life: hearts and flowers, kittens and puppies, umbrellas and tea parties, kisses and hugs. But the sweetest thing of all in her life is God's love. The Sweetest Story Bible for Toddlers includes eight beloved Bible stories that show how much God loves his people and your little girl. This board book includes a padded cover, perfect for reading with little ones.

Diane Stortz is an author and former editorial director whose heart’s desire is to “tell the next generation about the glorious deeds of the Lord” (Psalm 78:4). Diane’s books include Words to Dream On, The Sweetest Story Bible, I Am, I Am Devotional, Say & Pray Bible, Say & Pray Devotions,and A Woman’s Guide to Reading the Bible in a Y...
Title:The Sweetest Story Bible for ToddlersFormat:Board BookDimensions:32 pages, 7.25 × 5.3 × 0.88 inPublished:December 9, 2014Publisher:ZonderkidzLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0310746302

ISBN - 13:9780310746300


Rated 2 out of 5 by from The Sweetest Story Bible for Toddlers The Sweetest Story Bible for Toddlers is a nice board book geared towards little girls. Filled with snippets of Bible stories, it is nicely illustrated and full of color. The text is short and great for toddlers. Although the cover is pink and has ballerinas and little girls on it, the stories are typical Bible stories that are in most toddler Bibles, not all are necessarily for girls, the only exception would be the inclusion of Queen Esther's story. This collection include part of the Creation story, Noah's Arc, Moses's Adoption, Queen Esther, Jesus's Birth, Jesus welcoming the little children and Jesus's death and resurrection. I didn't like that scripture wasn't even directly quoted, I understand that little ones might not grasp the whole meaning of it, but I do think it's important for it to be there. I also wasn't very fond of the way the stories were told, skipping parts and omitting others. I also understand that it's a short story form of the stories, but again I think it is important to have context and the "whole" story. This collection felt more full of holes than it felt holy. The physical book is nice and sturdy and colorful but the inside I didn't like so much. In my opinion, it isn't the "Sweetest" Story Bible for Toddlers.
Date published: 2014-12-28