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Everlasting Stories: A Family Bible Treasury

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This beautifully illustrated anthology is the perfect way for families to introduce their children to the classic stories of the Bible. An inspiring collection of one hundred tales, from both the Old and New Testament, this treasury celebrates the universal themes of love, compassion and understanding. Christina Balits stunning illustrations illuminate this perfect family ...more
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published September 1st 2001 by Chronicle Books
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We love this book. It is strongly true to Scripture and well written. We also like the way the author includes Bible verses of praise or summary in some of the stories. In addition, the illustrations are fascinating!

The stories are told well, but not prettied up. For example, adultery is mentioned in the story of King David. For us, this is a positive as we don't want our kids to have all rosey Bible stories (since most aren't), but parents need to be discerning about when their kids are ready t
Skylar Burris
I'm always on the look out for good children's Bible story books. The advantages of this version are that (1) the vocabulary is not dumbed down (2) the stories are not over sanatized but stay fairly true to the Bible (3) the pictures are well done and are not overly Anglo-Saxonish portrayls (4) the phrasing is somewhat poetic, or at least not dry and (5) Quotations from the Psalms are nicely interspersed with the stories. The priamry disadvantage is that the stories are a little TOO fleshed out ...more
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Lois Rock is the Commissioning Editor for Lion Children’s Books, as well as a highly respected and trusted author in her own right, acclaimed in many different countries for her books of prayers, Bible stories, and non-fiction books about the Christian faith.

Lois lives in Oxfordshire, is married and has 3 children, all of whom are now grown up. She enjoys cycling and walking and has helped to lead
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