The Complete Illustrated Children’s Bible

October 5, 2015 - Comment

Lead your child into a lifetime love of the Bible with this colorful storybook. With nearly 300 beautiful two-page illustrations to capture even the youngest child’s imagination and heart, this vast collection of the Bible’s most-loved stories is just right for sharing together or reading alone throughout the day. The Complete Illustrated Children’s Bible is

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Lead your child into a lifetime love of the Bible with this colorful storybook. With nearly 300 beautiful two-page illustrations to capture even the youngest child’s imagination and heart, this vast collection of the Bible’s most-loved stories is just right for sharing together or reading alone throughout the day.

The Complete Illustrated Children’s Bible is the perfect picture and storybook for young ones and an ideal first reader your children will treasure.

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JLM says:

Beautiful and comprehensive This Bible has the most beautiful illustrations I have ever seen for a children’s Bible! The artwork fills the entire page and is more on the realistic side but with the quality of a children’s movie (if that makes any sense). I can’t speak highly enough of the illustrations. Each and every spread is worthy to be art that I would hang on display in my home. There is a two-page illustrated spread for each story, with text on one or both pages. This Bible is more detailed than others I have seen, but at the same time, it’s not overly detailed so as to lose interest. It is organized into old and new testament and the Bible verses are referenced. OT sections include the creation, the patriarchs, Moses and the exodus, the rise of Israel, Psalms and Proverbs. NT sections include the gospels, the early church, the epistles, prophecy. I would guess that the reading level is around that of an 8 to 10-year-old, but that is just a guess. This may not hold the attention of young children, but…

nysnowbird92 says:

Beautifully illustrated As others have stated the illustrations in this children’s Bible are very well done.. also the wording is done in a way so as to be easy for children to understand and yet doesn’t take anything away from the actual meaning, which is important. Each two pages open to fully illustrate main events and lessons in the Bible. We have an 8 and 5 year old so this works in that one is reading now and the other listens but looks on. My main reason for reviewing was to add a few images of the inside of the book, as I went on reviews alone without seeing the inside.. and would have appreciated being able to look inside to see for myself. I picked random pages.

N. Smith says:

The best children’s Bible I’ve seen, and we checked out a lot The illustrations in this Bible are so beautiful and luxurious. My two-year-old has spent hours poring over them. But what I like most about this Bible is the simplicity of the text. It sticks to the stories and tells them simply and truthfully, trying to get as close to the actual Bible as possible while still being understandable for children. There is no added fairy tale stuff or silly humor, as in the Jesus Storybook Bible; it’s just the stories, plain and simple. Yes, in a way the Bible is somewhat like a fairy tale and it could be read humourously, and I don’t have a problem with my child reading the JSB, but none of that is in a real Bible, so why include it? That’s all added stuff; it’s not from the word of God. The stories and the wisdom are sufficient as they are, without Disney-fying and humour-izing them. My child’s love for this edition is proof enough for me that I don’t have to describe the Bible like a fairy tale, or make it funny for her to enjoy, and, more…

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