Tag: The Beginner’s Bible

The Beginner’s Bible My First Book Of Prayers {review}

* As a Z BLOG SQUAD member, I received a copy of  this book for free as a member of Zondervan’s Z BLOG SQUAD *

The Beginner’s Bible My First Book of Prayers is geared toward boys and girls ages 3-8 years old. In this book, children will be introduced to sixteen Bible stories, a corresponding scripture reading, and topical prayer that goes with along with it. This book is in a simple format that encourages children to speak with God while eliminating any unsure feelings associated with prayer but instead is assured of God’s love, care, and in his enjoyment of hearing from his children (them!).  Continue reading

The Beginner’s Bible: Noah and the Noisy Ark {book review}

 

The Beginner’s Bible: Noah and the Noisy Ark is geared toward children ages 4 – 8 years old. My younger two are benefiting from this book. I have my six-year-old son read it aloud during our reading times and my toddler loves looking through and pointing at the pictures while listening. The book has a fun shape which makes little ones all the more eager to open it open and have look through. The little handle at the top makes this a fun book for children to carry around.  Continue reading

The Beginner’s Bible Carry-Along Treasury {book review}

 

The Beginner’s Bible® has been a favorite with young children and their parents since its release in 1989 with over 25 million products sold. I’ve mentioned books in this series numerous times on my blog and other social media platforms. I really do enjoy the retellings of Bible stories in a simplified format to share with my children.  Thanks to Zonderkidz, I am introducing yet another wonderful offering to my children and to my friends and readers here on my blog. Continue reading

The Beginner’s Bible for Little Ones from Zonderkidz {Book Review}


The Beginner’s Bible for Little Ones is perfect for children ages 2-4 years old. However, you can read it to children that are younger or have older children read it as well. There are eight stories taken from both the Old and New Testament of the Bible which includes; The Beginning, Noah’s Ark, The Mean Giant, Daniel and the Lions, An Angel Visits Mary, Baby Jesus is Born, Jesus Feeds Thousands, and Jesus is Alive.  The stories are in a simplified format that younger children can understand before learning all the details and information about each to take to heart as they get older.  Continue reading