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My little Bible in pictures / Kenneth N. Taylor ; with illustrations by Richard and Frances Hook [and other illustrators].

By: Taylor, Kenneth Nathaniel, 1917-2005 [author]Contributor(s): Hook, Richard [illustrator] | Hook, Frances [illustrator]Publisher: Oxford : Candle Books, 2006Copyright date: ©1989Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 12 cmContent type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781859856673 (pbk.); 9781859856675 Subject(s): Bible stories, English -- Juvenile literatureSummary: This is a "carry-to-church" book of simple retellings of more than 100 Bible stories for little people accompanied by review questions. But don't leave it on your shelf during the week. Read it with your children at home. The stories and illustrations introduce children to the great people of the Bible. The important themes of the Bible will be planted in little lives to grow there throughout a lifetime. Above all, the stories tell about God and his Son Jesus, and about God's demand for truth and righteousness. Many of the stories have obvious applications for young children. A simple question brings home the truth of each story, helping to anchor important facts in children's minds.--"A note to parents by Kenneth N. Taylor", page [1].
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Early - Bible - General. Holland Park Library Room 2 C 0-2 Bib Gen Tay Myl (Browse shelf) Available 2405
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Originally published: Tyndale House Publishers, 1989.

The Hook illustrations are from earlier books published by Concordia Publishing House, St Louis, and The Standard Publishing Company, Cincinnati.

This is a "carry-to-church" book of simple retellings of more than 100 Bible stories for little people accompanied by review questions. But don't leave it on your shelf during the week. Read it with your children at home. The stories and illustrations introduce children to the great people of the Bible. The important themes of the Bible will be planted in little lives to grow there throughout a lifetime. Above all, the stories tell about God and his Son Jesus, and about God's demand for truth and righteousness. Many of the stories have obvious applications for young children. A simple question brings home the truth of each story, helping to anchor important facts in children's minds.--"A note to parents by Kenneth N. Taylor", page [1].

Added to GBC Library 3 March 2019.

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