Get ready to read through 22 of the most famous Bible stories in the Ready Set Find Bible. Children will be fully engaged in each story as they look for more than 190 different objects to be found in this exciting book. This lively and colorfully illustrated Bible is sure to be a favorite for young minds, who are on their marks, to ready-set-find.
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The Beginner’s Bible® has been a favorite with young children and their parents since its release in 1989 with over 25 million products sold. Uh-oh! Jonah didn’t listen to God, and now he’s in the belly of a big fish! What will happen to Jonah next? This retelling of the story of Jonah and the [...]
My Bath Bible gives every child a new way to enjoy the bath time with light Bible stories and quality time with parents. The text in these stories leads to important questions about who made us, gratefulness, happiness, courage, salvation, and love. My Bath Bible can handle everything from water and mud to biting and [...]
Little ones need clear, concise text in order to stay concentrated and understand the message. Therefore, we have captured the very essence of each Bible story and told it in easy to understand language. To spike children’s interest, we have added a die-cut handle and shaped tabs on the pages—each of them unique. Noah’s Ark [...]
My Big Handy Bible is our retold and illustrated Bible in a large format for ages 3-7, with 40 of the most loved Bible stories beautifully illustrated. Simple, kid-friendly language and bright artwork teeming with color and life convey the Bible message for kids, in a useful, big format, that works really well when reading [...]
Like the well-known “Where’s Wally” and “Where’s Waldo” concept, in this book children are to find the little boy Mini Mike. It’s not so easy! Hectic, full-to-bursting artwork threaten to confuse little curious eyes: try and find Mini-Mike somewhere between Pharaoh’s soldiers… or is he on the wall of Jericho… or feeding a donkey somewhere [...]