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VeggieTales Bible Storybook: With Scripture from the NIrV (Big Idea Books) Hardcover – September 28, 2006
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From the Back Cover
Join Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber, and all your VeggieTales friends as they share twenty favorite Bible stories. Based on the popular videos, this Bible storybook combines VeggieTales humor with great lessons. Kids will love reading these classic Veggie stories and Scripture selections that go along with them from the New International Reader's Version (NIrV---The NIV for Kids!) Have fun while learning Bible stories and the important message each one brings. Sunday morning values, Saturday morning fun!
About the Author
Cindy Kenney has worked as senior managing editor for Big Idea Inc. (Veggie Tales) for more than five years. She has published more than twenty-five children's books, five curriculum programs, multiple stories and articles, and served as a creative consultant to many. She currently lives in Illinois with her husband, Jim, and two sons, Andy and Jimmy.
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The illustrations are very cute and follow the videos closely (so often times, I end up singing the words instead of just reading them.) It's a book children will be able to grow up with for a very long time until they're old enough to graduate to an actual version of the Bible. It provides a lot of old testament stories and moral lessons from the New Testament and is a solid work for laying a foundation of Biblical knowledge for young kids.
This book is leans much more to 'storybook' with many creative liberties that are followed by the Bible stories that they are (loosely) based on. Each story is followed by the morals of their stories to make it easy for children to apply to their lives. My kids LOVE reading them (they get a special boost when they've seen the movies that go with the stories). It's a great way to introduce the principles of the Bible; but not by any means a Children's Bible.
Cool story: My husband and I were having a (light) debate about an issue, and my daughter (she was 3 at the time) said "WAIT!", ran out our room and returned with her Veggie Tales Bible and said, "See, the Bible says..."
(YAY! It works. She gets it - and that's good enough for me!)
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It seems to be short versions of episodes of the show and of the movies.