Item description for The Eager Reader Bible : Bible Stories to Grow On by Daryl Lucas...
Overview The Eager Reader Bible has proven itself as a Bible storybook that works. The colorful illustrations and "just right" story lengths are great for young preschoolers. This product is also perfect for "early readers" to read on their own. It includes over one hundred of the best-loved Bible stories.
Publishers Description "The Eager Reader Bible" has proven itself as a Bible storybook that works. The colorful illustrations and "just right" story lengths are great for young preschoolers. This product is also perfect for "early readers" to read on their own. It includes over one hundred of the best-loved Bible stories.
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Studio: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.04" Width: 6.05" Height: 1.41" Weight: 1.6 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 1999
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
Grade Level Pre School
ISBN 0842313389 ISBN13 9780842313384
Reviews - What do customers think about The Eager Reader Bible : Bible Stories to Grow On?
Great product Oct 3, 2005
We've purchased both the large edition and the small edition. The illustrations are excellent, the text is perfect for students in grades 2 to 6. We purchased the small edition so we could give each kid their own bible to read in class. Although the type is a tad small for adults, it's reasonable for children.
Great beginner's story Bible Jan 19, 2004
My children have enjoyed these Bible stories starting at age 2. At this time they would sit and listen to one story at a time. Now my 6 1/2 year-old will listen to several in a row, asking for "just one more PLEASE." Great Bible story book for early reading. Does a great job of accurately retelling Bible stories using simple details.
awful due to foolish illustrations Sep 22, 2000
I've read virtually none of the text of this children's Bible, so I'm reviewing the illustrations only. They are awful. The characters, including Jesus, are clownish; there is no emotion or gravitas in any of the figures at all.
I exchanged this book for The Early Reader's Bible by V. Gilbert Beers which I vastly prefer.
I should say, however, that there is an 8-year old girl at my church who loves the Eager Reader Bible, reads it faithfully, and remembers the stories when they come up in church or Sunday School. So I'm not sure children would share my view.
Still, whether they would or not, I'd just as soon my son not think of Jesus as a goofball cartoon figure with a funny nose.