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Family-Time Bible in Pictures Hardcover – September 1, 2007
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From the Back Cover
From the man who brought us "The Living Bible" and "My First Bible in Pictures" comes a collection of 128 best-loved Bible stories. Featuring dramatic illustrations and practical applications for each story, "Family-Time Bible in Pictures" is a perfect tool to draw children into meaningful time in God's Word.
Read along and watch the Bible come to life for your children in the "Family-Time Bible in Pictures."
About the Author
Throughout his publishing career, Dr. Kenneth Taylor's dream was for all peoples of the world to read and understand God's Word and experience its power at work in their lives. From his earliest children's books to his generous support of Christian ministry, this vision was (and still is) reflected in his work. Ken Taylor, founder of Tyndale House Publishers, died in June 2005 at the age of 88.
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The pictures are awesome! I also love the questions at the end of each story!
We do utilize several different Bibles with the kids. I prefer more detail in the stories when we are teaching them during Bible time, but this one is great for the kids to look through on their own, or to discuss at random.
Update. I'm now reading this bible with my 5 year old son and he can't wait to read this every night. I read 3 stories a night and recap the night before stories so I can make sure he understands what we read. Also each story has a few questions for the kids to discuss after