The Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes

One hundred ninety beloved stories from the Old and New Testament are told in simple text and with vivid, full color art on every page Related questions after each story offer kids a time of reflection This book has been a favorite of children around the world for than 30 years.
The Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes One hundred ninety beloved stories from the Old and New Testament are told in simple text and with vivid full color art on every page Related questions after each story offer kids a time of reflectio

  • Title: The Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes
  • Author: Kenneth N. Taylor
  • ISBN: 9780802405951
  • Page: 468
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “The Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes”

    1. This book was reviewed on the podcast The World and Everything In It on 12/16/16. Highly recommended classic.Useful for only a very small child. The child is introduced to great Bible stories, but that is all. Very few story details are given. A younger child may not ask further questions about the why's of some of the stories. An older child surely would.

    2. I used this with all of my children and now two young grandchildren. It contains a good overview for a small child, divided into short paragraph readings for a devotion or teaching. It has simple questions designed to help a child remember, e.g. What is a follower of Jesus called? Each short story has a corresponding picture with interactive questions. There are probably an entire year of devotions contained in this. I also like the way that the book is made in a long rectangular shape.

    3. I feel bad rating Bible stories so low. My husband and I have been reading this to our 7 month old, and we both didn't really like it. We felt that the stories are written really weird, using a lot of "Do you see the man in the picture?he is not a nice man." I would rather read a simplified version of the story to my child and then explain it to her. I also don't like format of book.

    4. An excellent, beautiful "first" Bible to read with your little ones -- especially the edition with the original, classical artwork. What a delightful introduction to Bible stories, and what a blessed gift Kenneth N. Taylor left for future generations of parents and children.Highly recommended!

    5. This has been a great Bible for Victoria. She knows her stories so well. It is interactive with questions and explains things well.

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