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The Rhyme Bible Storybook Hardcover – December 29, 2012
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The fun-time, anytime read-aloud Bible rhyme! Boys and girls love the soothing rhyme in L.J. Sattagast's bestseller The Rhyme Bible. Now toddlers have a Bible rhyme book designed just for them! From the story of creation ("In the beginning God made the light. The light was for day. The dark was for night.") to the resurrection of Jesus ("All his friends were happy then. Jesus was alive again!"), this is the perfect choice for parents who want to introduce their toddlers to the Word of God. Joyful illustrations and classic stories told in vivid verse make this a sure favorite that will entertain your young ones and teach them biblical lessons that last a lifetime. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Laurence Cleyet-Merle grew up in a green countryside near Switzerland where she always enjoyed drawing. She is a graduate of the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg. Laurence uses acrylic, collage, and gouache in her colorful illustrations. She currently lives in the sunny town of Marseille, France with her family.
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But for kids, this Bible is amazing. The rhymes are well written, the pictures are beautiful, and my kids absolutely love it.
We got this Bible after reading the Toddler version of this book first, and were curious what else there was since our kids had memorized the younger version.
We weren't disappointed. This version is much bigger and more sophisticated (but still within their reach/understanding), and it really goes the distance. The stories are longer and richer, with more detail. I would say this Bible is great for anyone between the ages of 2.5 to 5.
We'll be buying many more as gifts for friends.
On another note, my baby is almost 26 months old and is learning to read already. So many baby books have too many lines on each page with small print because they are meant for the adult to only read. This one only has 4 lines of text for every open 2-page spread, and each line might have 5 words maximum. The text is large print. The words are simple. My baby and I underline words with our finger as we read them. Though he is still working on 4-line text, he is making an effort to underline in this book and I know he will be able to do it soon. So it is very appropriate for teaching reading or if you are fostering early reading like I am.
As an ethnic minority, I always wish there were more options with drawings that at least look like people from the middle east, instead of all Caucasians like in this book. But I am just happy that I found a baby Bible that was true to scripture with large simple print and few lines.
I highly recommend this Bible.
PS This is not a board book, so unless your child knows how to treat book pages carefully, you may not want to let them handle this one.
Our daughters enjoy the stories enough that we have been able to flesh some of them out for them (as in, Abraham and Sarah's boy is names Isaac - a story they latched onto so much that we have to read it *every* time we bring the book out!). The format necessarily means that many creative liberties are taken with the stories the book does present (and it certainly cannot present them all), but I mark the success of this book on several accounts:
1. It is currently the most requested book we read to our daughters
2. The stories, short as they are, are beautifully illustrated and memorable
3. It is an accessible introduction to God's story for a young toddler (a person who does not need a full theological introduction yet)
4. The book is sturdy and well-constructed (a plus with two active toddlers!)
All-in-all, we are very happy with how our girls have taken to this Bible storybook and are thankful for the simple, yet memorable way it is helping us introduce God to them! I only wish that there were more stories. It paints a nice picture, but a small one to be sure.
The poems are Biblically accurate and a pleasure to read, even as an adult.
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