Item description for Learn to Read Bible (Rocket Readers. Level 1, Level 2) by Paul S. Bellet, Heather Gemmen & A01...
Overview An illustrated collection of Bible stories from the Old and New Testaments, accompanied by activities and reading tips.
Publishers Description Parents can start their children on a lifetime of reading when they are just toddlers. This Bible, will delight infants to 3 year olds and offers 101 stories from the Word written especially for toddlers.
Citations And Professional Reviews Learn to Read Bible (Rocket Readers. Level 1, Level 2) by Paul S. Bellet, Heather Gemmen & A01 has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Christian Retailing - 06/09/2003 page 41
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Studio: Cook Communications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.92" Width: 6.36" Height: 1.19" Weight: 1.7 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2003
Publisher David C. Cook
Grade Level Grade School
Edition Ed Biling'ue
Series Rocket Readers
ISBN 0781439752 ISBN13 9780781439756 UPC 612608439757
Reviews - What do customers think about Learn to Read Bible (Rocket Readers. Level 1, Level 2)?
An early-reader Bible Apr 27, 2010
The Learn-to-Read Bible, written by Heather Gemmen, is a great way to introduce early readers to the concept of reading a Bible.
This one is full of short text and lots of pictures. Like a regular Bible, it is divided into two sections, the Old Testament and the New Testament. Stories are presented from many, but not all, of the books of the Bible. There are 147 stories in all.
The sections are divided into chapters, most of which are only two pages long. Each page starts with two words to read aloud to your child before reading the rest of the page. Those two words are, in turn, highlighted in the text on that page. And each chapter gives a Bible reference for the story.
A letter to adults is included in the beginning of the book providing tips for how to make reading and learning about the Bible both educational and fun.
The illustrations are bright and colorful and cartoon-like, sure to please a child in the suggested age group of 4-8.
What I Like: Everything.
What I Dislike: Nothing.
Overall Rating: Excellent.
Christine M. Irvin - Christian Children's Book Review
my grandson loves this book Dec 15, 2009
My grandson picked this book out of the library so I had to buy it for him for Christmas.
Great reading book! Apr 22, 2008
I use this book for my kids when they're learning to read. I love the fact that it is simple (only about 4 lines per page), it introduces phonics, and they're learning to read by reading Bible stories. They also tend to use the same key word a few times on the same page, so they're learning to recognize the word after the first time or two instead of having to sound it out each time. My daughter loved it and my son just started it and is really doing well with it. I would highly recommend it for beginning readers! My daughter went on to read the Growing Reader Phonics Bible (Joy MacKenzie and Jill Newton) after this one. That seemed to be a great transition for her and once again, she's continuing to learn to read using Bible stories.