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La Biblia de Los Pequenitos / The Toddlers Bible (Spanish Edition) by V. Gilbert Beers
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Studio: Spanish House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.3" Width: 5.26" Height: 1.42" Weight: 1.48 lbs.
Release Date Aug 31, 1993
Publisher Editorial Unilit
ISBN 1560634146 ISBN13 9781560634140
Point/Type Size: 0.00
Availability 0 units.
More About V. Gilbert Beers
V. Gilbert Beers has been developing biblical reference books for more than fifty years. He has authored more than 160 books, 125 of which are for children. Gil and his wife, Arlie, live in Elgin, Illinois. They have five children, eleven grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.
V. Gilbert Beers currently resides in Elgin, in the state of Illinois. V. Gilbert Beers was born in 1928.
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Fairy tales (can come true) Jan 17, 2003
It can happen to you, if you're young at heart (thanks, Frank). And thank you Jesus. That's what this little book is about. I read the Spanish version, but it's apparently a translation from an original in English. Good points: For adults, reminds you of Bible stories you may have forgotten. For adults, helps you to feel good about reading something tangentially spiritual. For adults and children, the pictures are cute, helping you to visualize the characters better. For young children, the required reading level is quite low, so even young children just starting to read can handle this book. Not so good points: Trivializes the Bible stories, making them seem more like fairy tales than anything that could possibly be true. Children may take them as fairy tales, and as they mature, may be inclined to reject them because of that, in a manner analogous to rejecting, for example, Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, etc. But, Mr. Sinatra sings the last word: maybe those fairy tales can come true, if you're young at heart!