Item description for Easter Story (Peek A Bible) by Tracy Harrast & Terry Workman...
Overview Retells the biblical story of the first Easter, from Jesus's entry into Jerusalem through the Crucifixion and Resurrection.
Publishers Description The Easter story comes to life in this memorable, interactive Bible storybook created especially for young, curious minds. Playful art greets children on each page. And they'll love lifting the flaps to discover what's happening next. Collect all the Peek-a-Bible storybooks -The Lost and Found Lamb; -The Big Boat Ride; -The Christmas Story; -The Easter Story; -Little David and Big Goliath; -Jonah Goes Overboard; -Joseph and the Big Dreams.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.37" Width: 8.28" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Feb 11, 2001
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
Grade Level Pre School
ISBN 0310979722 ISBN13 9780310979722 UPC 025986979720
Availability 0 units.
More About Tracy Harrast & Terry Workman
Tracy Harrast is a best-selling author of fifty books, including My Baby & Me Story Bible, Picture That Storybook, and Peek-a-Bible, published with Reader's Digest, Zonderkidz, Cook, Standard, and others. Tracy's Guess What? Bible Storybook is a Gold Medallion finalist. While Tracy earned her BA in communications, she wrote and illustrated animated software. After graduation, she worked as an advertising copywriter, a project coordinator, a book copy editor, and a curriculum writer until writing Christian books became her full-time career. Tracy and her husband, Rob, have been married since 1984 and have three grown children.
Tracy Harrast currently resides in Alpharetta, in the state of Georgia.
Reviews - What do customers think about Easter Story (Peek A Bible)?
Great Book Apr 16, 2001
I bought this book for my young son to help explain that "Easter" is more than the bunny... Well, it has become his current favorite book and a springboard for more in depth talks about Jesus. I am already searching for the other books in the series. The illustrations are very friendly and cartoon like and the "flaps" are actually an intergral part of the story. Best use of flaps that I have seen. The Easter story of Jesus is nicely explained without the blood & gore that I feel is inappropriate at this age. The text flows nicely and is an "easy" story to read out loud to my child. I would highly recommend this story.