Item description for Stories Jesus Told: Lift-the-Flap (Lift The Flap - Kregel) by Mark Littleton & Trace Moroney...
Overview With flaps to open on every page, and surprises to find underneath, children can join in the thrill of discovery as they read a variety of parables-the stories Jesus told to teach people how they should live. Included in this collection are "The Mustard and Yeast," "The Lost Coin," "The Son Who Came Back," and more. This engaging book features beautiful illustrations by well-know children's artist, Trace Moroney, and kid-friendly text with Scripture references.
Publishers Description This new addition to the ever-popular Lift-the-Flap series is illustrated by a popular children 's artist. With more than forty flaps to open (and surprises to find underneath), children can join in the thrill of discovery as they uncover the lessons in Jesus' parables.
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Studio: Kregel Kidzone
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.88" Width: 8.02" Height: 0.46" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Binding Board Books
Release Date Aug 1, 2004
Publisher Kregel Publications
Grade Level Pre School
Series Lift The Flap - Kregel
ISBN 0825455197 ISBN13 9780825455193
Availability 0 units.
More About Mark Littleton & Trace Moroney
Littleton is a graduate of Colgate University and Dallas Theological Seminary. He has served both as a youth pastor and pastor, and continues his ministry today as an itinerant speaker and writer of all things factual and fabulous. He has published over thirty books on various themes and subjects, including the spiritual life, depression, time management, Bible study, and the problem of evil and suffering.
Mark Littleton currently resides in Columbia, in the state of Maryland.
Reviews - What do customers think about Stories Jesus Told: Lift-the-Flap?
Learning the stories Jesus told us Dec 16, 2008
I was looking for Biblical themes for my grandchildren. This book has a board book format and flaps to open, but that format of book generally works better for a very young child who is geared to hear one or two sentences per page. The short, summarized story is a good introduction but I am not sure it works best in the board book, lift-the-flap format. The writing seems geared to children who are older than the child the book is formatted for.
I am sure my grandchildren will benefit from it anyway. The illustrations, while not fantastic, are charming enough and pleasant. My oldest grandchild is reading now and I have hopes he will read the stories to himself and to his siblings. Then they can have fun with the flaps.