Item description for Little Girls Bible Storybook for Fathers and Daughters by Carolyn Larsen & Caron Turk...
Overview Fifty stories from the Bible for fathers and daughters to share.
Publishers Description Designed especially for fathers and daughters, this book encourages interaction and discussion while showing how God is involved in the daily lives of his people. Ages 4-7.
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Studio: Baker Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6.25" Height: 7.75" Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2001
Publisher Baker Publishing Group
ISBN 0801044693 ISBN13 9780801044694
Availability 0 units.
More About Carolyn Larsen & Caron Turk
Carolyn Larsen loves to laugh, read good books, watch football games, meet friends at Caribou for a cup of chai tea, watch old movie musicals, oh, and chocolate . . . yes, chocolate goes with all of the above. However, what Carolyn enjoys more than any of those other things (including the chocolate) is encouraging other women in their faith walk. That encouragement comes through Carolyn's honesty, transparency and humor regarding her own struggles to be God's woman in today's world.
She is an author, actress and experienced speaker with a God-given passion for ministering to women. She has spoken at conferences and retreats around the United States, Canada and India.
She is also a best-selling author with more than 30 books in print for children and adults.
Carolyn Larsen currently resides in Glen Ellyn, in the state of Illinois. Carolyn Larsen was born in 1950.
Carolyn Larsen has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Little Girls Bible Storybook for Fathers and Daughters?
Best Bible For Little Girls Nov 13, 2004
This is a WONDERFUL bible for little girls! The reason some of the stories are "barely identifiable" as one reviewer said is because many of the stories the author uses are not the most well-known ones. I find this very helpful, as I can read stories to my daughters that they can understand but that aren't found in other bible storybooks. At the end of each story is a short devotional on "becoming a woman of God." These are wonderful! Easy for my little girls to understand, to help guide them in God's paths even while they're still very young. Afterwards is one scripture reference. I use that to lead the three of us in prayer. All in all, the book is a nice guide to lead you in daily devotions with your daughter(s). It is not at all watered down and is very accurate (I have compared many of the stories with the actual bible versions and these are as accurate as possible when written for children.) I plan to purchase all of the books in this series. I feel that God has used Carolyn Larsen to help get his message across to our children.
Not a good choice Apr 26, 2004
I do not care for this book. The stories are so heavily retold that they are almost unrecognizable. By always using the point of view of one of the female characters, the stories lose focus. The story of the crucifixion/resurrection is a particularly eggregious example of this. Choose another Bible storybook.
Fun! Jul 27, 2000
Moms and daughters who like the Little Girls' Bible Storybook will enjoy this sticker activity book. Coloring pages, activities, and stickers are all based on the Bible Storybook. It's another fun way for girls to learn about the women of the Bible.