ARC Review: 100 Bible Stories for Children

100 Bible Stories for Children by Tyndale House Publishers

Published July 3rd, 2018 by Tyndale House Publishers

Genres Children’s, Christian

Pages 320

Amazon

Instill a deep love of the narrative of the Bible in your children’s hearts with this richly illustrated storybook. 100 Bible Stories for Children uses beautiful, traditional art and clear language to teach children ages 5 to 8 one hundred of the best-loved stories from the Bible, and it includes a ribbon to mark your place. The detailed illustrations will captivate your children as you read with them at bedtime or at Sunday school, and independent readers will return again and again to learn the stories of the heroes of the faith. You and your family will treasure this classic collection of Bible stories.

I really enjoyed this illustrated book of Bible stories for children. It is marketed towards children ages 6-9, but I think it could also be used with younger children. Each Bible story contains an illustration, the Bible story and the Bible scripture where the story is written. The book starts with the Creation story in Genesis and ends with a story on Heaven from Revelations. This is a pretty comprehensive Bible story book and I think it would be great for both personal use and for use in a church setting such as Children in Worship or Sunday School. The illustrations are colorful and engaging, which is why I think that younger children would also enjoy this book, if they being read the Bible stories. Overall, it’s a great children’s Bible story book, full of some of the most important and popular Bible stories, as well as beautiful illustrations.

Thank you to the publisher, Tyndale House Publishers, for sending me a review copy of this book.

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