Item description for How the Bible Came to Us: The Story of the Book That Changed the World (Lion Factfinders) by Meryl Doney & A12...
Overview Provides readers with facts about the Bible, including who the writers were, the language of the Bible, how books came to be made, and the various translations made over the centuries
Publishers Description This reference work of the Bible covers the books in it, how they came to be written, how they were collected together and how they have since been translated not only into a range of English-language versions, but also into more languages than any other book.
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Studio: Lion Children's Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 8.5" Height: 11" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2000
Publisher David C. Cook
Grade Level Grade School
ISBN 0745920985 ISBN13 9780745920986
Availability 3 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 23, 2016 12:38.
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More About Meryl Doney & A12
Meryl Doney has written more than 50 books for both adults and children, including "How the Bible Came to Us" and First Prayers." Gaby Hansen is the illustrator of such picture books as" One Hand, Two Hands" and "Oops-a-Daisy!"
Meryl Doney was born in 1942.
Meryl Doney has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about How the Bible Came to Us: The Story of the Book That Changed the World (Lion Factfinders)?
Story of the Book that Changed the World Aug 28, 2001
I used this book with my kids during our overview of the Old Testament when they were all in elementary school. We needed a book, suitable for children, that would quickly illuminate the origins of the text we were reading. Even my first grader could read and understand it. We pulled it out again this year when we studied the Renaissance & Reformation, and the children still found it interesting and informative. I know of no more concise and accessible explanation for the Bible's origins and how it came to us in its present form. Richly (though informally) illustrated, the book is laid out in little "mini articles," which the kids found easy to read and remember. Although meant for children, I would even use it to help adults understand where the Bible came from and how it was transmitted to us.
How the Bible Came to Us Sep 13, 2000
A multi-faceted subject handled well for its intended audience as well as older readers unfamiliar with the topic. The addition of subject/event tracking helps to clarify the content as well as the reason for the process. Especially helpful are the inclusion of contemporary efforts to make the scripture accessible to all who care to read them. The art work is interesting and the text is well written.