Item description for The Early Reader's Bible, Revised by V. Gilbert Beers...
Teach your kids to read and love God's Word with their very own "I can read it myself" Bible! They'll love the feeling of accomplishment they get from reading the Bible themselves. Completely revised, the Early Readers Bible features 64 stories that use a 450-word vocabulary list developed from public school reading materials. Each chapter closes with questions and activities that parents and kids can share together. Also, colorful illustrations and real-life applications increase a child's understanding of God's Word. Recommended for ages 4 to 8.
Publishers Description Children love the feeling of accomplishment they get from doing things by themselves: getting dressed, tying their shoes … and especially reading! That's why boys and girls get so excited about The Early Reader's Bible: the Bible that beginning readers can read all on their own. The Early Reader's Bible Features: - 64 easy-to-read Bible stories, based on standard public school word lists - Colorful illustrations, stimulating questions, and real-life applications to increase children's understanding of God's Word - List of 250 basic words used in public school early reader books - List of over 200 new words including Bible vocabulary with fewer than five new words introduced in each story. Help your child learn to associate the words 'I can' with reading and loving Scripture -- and with the child-friendly, best-selling Early Readers Bible.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.31" Width: 6.29" Height: 1.47" Weight: 1.8 lbs.
Release Date Dec 28, 2000
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
Grade Level Multiple Grades
ISBN 0310701392 ISBN13 9780310701392 UPC 025986701390
Availability 50 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 24, 2017 12:04.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Early Reader's Bible, Revised?
Not for AVID readers... Jan 10, 2007
My son is almost 7 years old and I bought this Bible thinking it would be "age appropriate." The sad part is that it does NOT have book name titles above the pages nor does it have verses. It's more like a Bible for new readers. I read other reviews and thought this would work out but I was wrong. I guess I'll save it for my 3 year old. Be advised.
great under 10 book. Jan 9, 2007
my 6 year old absolutly Loves this book, we read a chapter every night and do the questions He can comprehend every story and reads most of them by himself. I would recommend this to anyone with a child under 10, older kids might be kinda bored with it. It is a great complement to sunday school.
The perfect read together Bible Jan 3, 2007
I use this book with my three year old and he loves it! It will be the perfect Bible for him to begin reading on his own when the time is right. There are activities and questions after each story that allow a parent to re-enforce each story lesson. With a little imagination, a person can make these lessons age appropriate for a younger child. This is a Bible that your child will enjoy for many years.
Fantastic Jan 3, 2007
This is the best bible I've ever seen for a child. It was perfect for a gift!
Awesome K-1st Grade Bible!! Dec 19, 2006
This has been a favorite book in our household. Each story is about three pages long, with helpful illustrations and thoughtful questions at the end. The reading has sparked many conversations in our home. My first child, after making his way thorough beginning phonics, tackled this book (on his own) between kindergarten and first grade. Within a few weeks, he had read the book cover to cover! He was so motivated -- we didn't even know that he was doing it for the first couple of weeks. We wrote his name and the date he finished on the first page. Now his younger brother has been reading it and asked me if he could have his own copy to read and write his name. This is one book that I don't mind buying multiple copies.