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The Beginner's Bible Book of 31 Devotions: My Time with God Paperback – February 28, 2011
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From the Back Cover
Filled with vibrant, fresh Beginner's BibleÂ® artwork, this devotional is filled with a year's worth of readings that will help preschoolers learn the themes from basic Bible stories and apply them to their lives, through prayers, songs, and fun activities. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
About the Author
Kelly Pulley has illustrated dozens of The Beginner's Bible® books for over ten years. He started his career as an artist working on licensed character T-shirts for an apparel company. He currently lives in Tennessee.
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You would be better off buying the Beginner's Bible and asking questions yourself, ones pertinent to the story, or get your child to consider situations in his/her own life that relate to the story. We returned this to Amazon for a prompt refund (thank you Amazon, as always, for #1 Customer Service)!
Each chapter starts with a short story or an explanation of something preschoolers are familiar with, such as the zoo or about being afraid of storms. These introductions are then followed by Bible verses that introduce a Bible story. For examples, the introduction to zoo animals is followed by verses from Genesis and then the story of Noah's Ark called "Noah Had a Zoo." The Bible stories themselves are 1-2 pages long. After the Bible story comes an idea (about something to do), a song or a prayer that relates to the story. Every chapter ends with a Verse to Remember. One example is: "Forgive, just as the Lord forgave you." Colossians 3:13.
The vibrant-colored illustrations by Kelly Pulley will grab and hold a toddler's attention. The board book cover and pages printed on heavy paper will increase the book's durability.
There is an Index at the front of the book listing all the chapter titles and page numbers. And, on the back cover is a note to parents about how to use the book effectively.
What I Like: Everything.
What I Dislike: Nothing.
Overall Rating: Excellent.
Christine M. Irvin - Christian Children's Book Review