Item description for Bible In Pictures For Toddlers by Ella K. Lindvall, Roger Langton & Kenneth N. Taylor...
Overview Seventy of the most loved stories from both the Old and New Testaments are retold in an entertaining and expressive manner, with such titles as "God Makes the World," "Joseph Gets a New Coat," and "Jesus Makes a Storm Be Quiet."
Publishers Description Seventy of the most loved stories from both the Old and New Testaments are retold in an entertaining and expressive manner. This book is easy for toddlers to follow along as grown-ups read. From the favorite stories of Bible heroes like "Joseph Gets a New Coat" to the lessons Jesus taught in "A Man Hunts for His Lost Sheep," kids will love hearing stories from "The Bible in Pictures for Toddlers." Colorful illustrations and wonderful stories help make "The Bible in Pictures for Toddlers" a thrill for every toddler, parent and grandparent alike. Some other story titles include "God Makes the World," "God Makes People," "Noah Does What God Tells Him," "The People Say No to God," "Abraham Says Yes to God," "Moses' Mommy Hides Him," and "Jesus Makes a Storm Be Quiet."
Awards and Recognitions Bible In Pictures For Toddlers by Ella K. Lindvall, Roger Langton & Kenneth N. Taylor has received the following awards and recognitions -
Gold Medallion Book Awards - 2004 Finalist - Preschool Children category
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 5.25" Height: 7.25" Weight: 0.62 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2003
Publisher MOODY PRESS BOOKS #13
ISBN 0802430589 ISBN13 9780802430588
Availability 13 units. Availability accurate as of Sep 28, 2016 02:50.
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More About Ella K. Lindvall, Roger Langton & Kenneth N. Taylor
ELLA K. LINDVALL is a mother and former elementary school teacher. She spent 20 years teaching Kindergarten, first, and second grades in Taiwan, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States. Ella is a skilled children s editor and writer, and served until retirement as the managing editor for Moody Publishers. Among her many children s books are The Bible in Pictures for Toddlers and the acclaimed Read-Aloud Bible Stories series, the first volume of which is an ECPA Gold Medallion winner and C.S. Lewis Honor Book. Ella and her husband, Andrew, reside near Chicago, Illinois."
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Reviews - What do customers think about Bible In Pictures For Toddlers?
The Bible in Pictures for Toddlers Aug 2, 2005
I'm a big fan of Ella K. Lindvall so I was quite disappointed when reading through this children's Bible story book. First the positives: loved the illustrations, loved the padded cover, the 2-page format for each story, and an equal number of Old Testament and New Testament stories - about 70 stories in all. However, in simplifying the language the author has substituted the word "juice" for "wine." Wine is simply not juice. Better to choose other stories than to change the biblical content. If sacraments are seen as symbols in your Christian tradition, this book will not be so offensive to you. In my opinion, as a Lutheran Director of Christian Education, Lindvall's "Read Aloud Bible Stories" in 4 volumes (which also have wonderful illustrations) are a far better choice for toddlers as far as content is concerned.
Just what I've been searching for!!! So easy to understand! Jan 7, 2004
I love this little Bible story book. I have a 2 yr old and a 3 yr old, and the Bible stories that I've had just can't keep their attention because they are too "over their heads." This one is just great. They are short and sweet for short attention spans. They capture the very heart of the message and put it just the way you would talk to a toddler. My 5 yr old niece came for a visit and got really excited about it also, because she could read it and understand it for herself. I definitely recommend!