Adam and Eve by Roger Priddy -- board book -- February 2012
Noah's Ark by Roger Priddy -- board book -- February 2012
The Story of Jesus by Roger Priddy -- board book -- February 2012
The Story of Moses by Roger Priddy -- board book -- February 2012
With simple language, and bright clear pictures, Baby’s First Bible series provides an ideal first introduction to the Bible, its stories and characters for infants and toddlers. The series is published by St. Martin's Press.
A heartwarming collection of 10 Bible stories that is sure to be a favorite every bedtime.
Ideal for reassuring and comforting toddlers at the end of the day, each story in this adorable board book Bible is retold across two double pages, leaving room for Claudine Gévry's colorful and enticing pictures as well as a bedtime prayer to share. Stories include Who Made the World?, The First Rainbow, Abraham and the Night Sky, The Baby in the Basket, Jonah and the Great Big Fish, Daniel and the Lions, Baby Jesus, The Boy Jesus, The Scary Storm, and The Lost Sheep.
Little Lion's Bible. January 2012.
Little Lion's Bible is a soft, cuddly Bible that children ages 2 to 5 can call their own. Throughout this plush-covered book, Little Lion learns that he is loved and cared for by God as he hears about God's faithfulness in stories from the Old and New Testaments of the Bible. With sweet, rhyming text and colorful illustrations, this soft and cuddly character storybook Bible is sure to become a classic with preschoolers.
My Little Easter Story by Christina Goodings, Illustrated by Claudine Gevry. January 2012.
A gorgeously illustrated small-format retelling of the Easter story, ideal for pre-schoolers
Long ago, in Galilee, lived a man named Jesus. He told people how to live as friends of God. "Do for others what you want them to do for you," he told them. "Love one another—even those who are unkind to you. Forgive others, and God will forgive you."
This simple and sincere retelling of the Easter story is perfect for young children, introducing them to the great story at the heart of the Easter festival and its message of love. Bright illustrations help the story along, telling little children about all the events of the first Easter as told in the gospels. Key points include Jesus' entry into Jerusalem and Palm Sunday, Jesus' clearing of the Temple, the Last Supper and Judas' betrayal, Jesus' Crucifixion and Resurrection, the appearance of the risen Jesus to the women at the tomb, and the spreading of the good news throughout the world.
Why is there a Cross? Kathleen Bostrom, Illustrated by Elena Kucharik, March 2012
I Can Read! Bible Story Favorites: The Beginner's Bible. 5 Stories plus Audio CD, April 2012
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