Published by- Candle Books
Number of pages- 160
Age Group- Young children (Toddlers)
Description of book- hardback, listed price- $9.99, ISBN 978-1-85985-939-1
Written for young readers/listeners and their parents this charming book will delight and teach them for hours.
Stories include: “God speaks to Samuel,” “God feeds Elijah,” “John baptizes Jesus,” “The story of two houses,” and more.
Excerpt from the book!
About the Author-
Juliet David lives in London with her family. She has written Bible activity books and children’s stories. She enjoys traveling to Israel and other Bible lands.
About the Illustrator-
Jo Parry lives in Bournemouth, England. She uses an Apple Mac to illustrate greeting cards, fine art, and children’s books. She is fulfilling her life-long dreams.
The first thing I noticed about this book was the illustrations. They are very well done. Kudos to Jo Parry. I sat down and read the book. I enjoyed the text. Juliet David did such a wonderful job of summarizing the Bible stories, so they covered everything.
My favorite part was the addition of the Lord’s Prayer. I have yet to read a children’s Bible with it. It is so important for children to learn how to pray and to learn the Lord’s Prayer.
My children (ages nine and seven) enjoy these types of Bibles and this one is bound to be one of their favorites. They have been enjoying it as much as I have.
I plan on picking up a copy of Candle Bible for Kids for my nephews and any young children who come into my life. I recommend you do the same.
C’s (age seven, first grade) Thoughts-
I liked the illustrations, because they are really nice. I think it would be good for kids my age to read and to be read to.
Disclosure of Material Connection- I received Candle Bible for Kids: Toddler Edition by Juliet David and illustrated by Jo Parry for free from the Kregel Publications’ Blog Tour. All links were current when posted. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own or those of my family. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.