Read and Share Toddler Bible (Read and Share (Tommy Nelson))
This new addition to the Read and ShareTM brand contains 40 stories plus a 60 minute DVD including bonus features just for toddlers.
The Read and Share Toddler Bible is a delightful way to introduce little ones agesone tofour to God's Word. Gwen Ellis's engaging retelling of Bible stories along with Steve Smallman's colorful art communicate God's Word clearly to small tots...more
This is another children's story book about Jesus, but it's a good one. In it, the author has taken 13 well-known stories about Jesus, and condensed them to one page in a format for toddlers to understand. The stories chosen include, Jesus growing up, Jesus' baptism, Jesus healing a sick boy, Jesus raising a girl from the dead, walking on water, welcoming children, Zaccheus, a blind ma ...more
I really enjoyed this book, and of course, loved reading it to Micah. The pages a ...more
I found this children's Bible to be thorough and simple. Each story references the Scripture from which it was taken, and at the end of each section there is a special note fo ...more
The illustrations (by Steve Smallman) are perfect for capturing a toddler's attention. There are 40 Bible stories, each in a vocabulary Esmé can easily follow, as well as an engaging style that gets the toddler involved. The lessons of God’s love are relevant and easy to understand.
There are suggested activities following e ...more
One our of favorite gifts to give and receive this past Christmas is the Read and Share Bible from Tommy Nelson. There are several things that we love about this Bible. The imagery for one is great, soft and descriptive. My 18 month old loves to just lay on the floor and pour over the pages studying them. Another thing I love is that when you open it, it stays on the page you've opened to, which is great for a toddler that doesn't keeper her hands on it non stop. Then the be ...more
Toddlers will love spending hours upon hours of quality time with their parents while reading and participating in the parent-child interactive learning suggestions. As ...more
Each Bible account/story includes a title, the passage it is taken from, easy-to-read text, and a thought provoking question at the end. I like the format and really have enjoyed using the questions to start good conversations with my 4 and 6-year-olds.
This is a wonderful Bible for children under the age of 12. The major stories of the Bible are is short and simple to read. Color illustrations are included throughout. Parents will enjoy reading this Bible to their children. The easy to understand content lets kids learn the story of the Bible in a simple and straightforward manner.