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Item description for The Illustrated Bible: John (The Illustrated Icb Bible) by Keith Neely...
Overview Unique storyboard frame-by-frame illustrations of the entire Gospel of John, using the full ICB text. Not a paraphrase, but actual ICB verses presented in an inviting, illustrative style for children that encourages reading and learning.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.4" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Aug 31, 2006
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 1400308119 ISBN13 9781400308118
Keith Neely has been an illustrator most of his life. He studied art at Brevard, Chicago Art Institute, and Art Center College of Design. Accepting Christ as a young Air Force guard in California in 1968, he decided to dedicate his life to the Lord. Keith's illustration career has included working for many organizations such as Disney, Campus Crusade for Christ, Campus Life, Children's Digest, Augsburg, Child Evangelism Fellowship, Gospel Light, Logos, McGraw Hill, Moody, Standard, Southern Baptist Convention, Methodist Publishing, Thomas Nelson, Warner, Zondervan, and many more. He and his wife, Roberta, have five children and nine grandchildren.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Illustrated Bible: John (The Illustrated Icb Bible)?
The actual Bible Verses! Good for 2nd-6th Graders! Mar 23, 2007
I highly recommend this Bible! This is an amazing set of books! There is the Old Testament, the New Testament, and the Pslams and Proverbs. There is also smaller books with just one book of the Bible: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John and Acts.
This Bible is the actual Bible Text, word for word! It is NOT a children's story book. It is the ACTUAL BIBLE! It's written in the New International Children's Version (NICV). I believe it's a 2nd grade reading level. (For perspective: Regular NIV is 7th grade reading level.)
My 2nd grader is actually reading the Bible to her 4 year old sister!
My neice (10 years old) was given the Book of John. She read the whole book in one day! I've never even read the whole Book of John in one day!
There are cartoons and pictures throughout. When someone is talking, they put up the talking balloons like in the comic strips.
You should buy any one of these books. These books makes the Bible simple and fun for everyone. Everything is broken down for better understanding. Like the part in Galatians that talks about the Body of Christ. They show a foot talking to the hand, etc. As an adult I like to read it too!
It's the Bible. Word for word. Sep 5, 2006
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I've worked with the creator on this project, Keith Neely, and I think it's pretty unique as children's Bibles go.
With this Illustrated Bible the verses are used word for word from the ICB (International Children's Bible) translation. The translation was made with chilren in mind so it's easy to read. There are verse numbers, subheadings, chapter divisions, everything is there that you expect to find in an adult Bible. I really think this is worth a look and should encourage your children (and adults!) to read and understand the Bible.