Lots of bible stories, but short,
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This review is from: Read and Share Bible: Over 200 Best Loved Bible Stories (Read and Share (Tommy Nelson)) (Hardcover)
We just started using this bible with our 2 year old. We only pick and choose several stories to read to our 2 year old over and over again in the morning, as some stories are harder for a 2 year old to comprehend. We like it because it feels like a "real" bible for kids, as it contains so many stories organized in the same way as a real bible.
Note that each story is quite abridged. And because we're reading to a 2 year old, we don't read word for word...we have to modify and simplify the wordings a little so it's easy for her to understand. As we repeat the stories over and over again, she gets it.
Overall, we feel that all the picture bibles include quite a bit of interpretation from the author. I guess there's no way around it when you have to draw a picture to describe a story (e.g. they may include a dog in a scene that isn't described in the Bible...etc. Sometimes my 2 year old focuses on the DOG or any other children/animal drawn on the page more than the story being told). Just beware of this and try to hit home the true message when you're reading to your children!