The Barnabas Read-aloud Bible by Meg Wang
  

Synopsis

The Barnabas Read-aloud Bible by Meg Wang

Colourfully illustrated, this book contains Bible stories written specifically for young children. It could be read aloud by parents or by more able young readers. It is suitable for children aged 3-5, and parents, grandparents, and godparents. It is ideal as a creche or Sunday School gift/prize. This illustrated Bible for young children provides a short story for every day of the year. Accompanied by bright, simple pictures and stories from God's creation of the world to the life and teachings of Jesus, it is a perfect Bible for bedtime or anytime.

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From The Good Bookstall - March 2011 This would clearly make a very nice first Bible. It is not for a tiny child but does have easy to read text. It is a comprehensive volume of almost 400 pages and covers the Old Testament and the New from Genesis through to Acts and the early Church. It includes most of the key events and stories but limits these to a short paragraph per page. Each page is carefully and clearly illustrated in a sympathetic style not too simplistic. I think this book would be very useful for a child's devotions, read on a daily basis it would give a comprehensive understanding of how the Bible is put together and the threads that run through from the Old to New Testament. Reviewed by Hilary Morgan The Barnabas Read-aloud Bible by Meg Wang illustrated by Heather Stuart This would clearly make a very nice first Bible. It is not for a tiny child but does have easy to read text. It is a comprehensive volume of almost 400 pages and covers the Old Testament and the New from Genesis through to Acts and the early Church. It includes most of the key events and stories but limits these to a short paragraph per page. Each page is carefully and clearly illustrated in a sympathetic style not too simplistic. I think this book would be very useful for a child's devotions, read on a daily basis it would give a comprehensive understanding of how the Bible is put together and the threads that run through from the Old to New Testament. Review by Hilary Morgan (20/07/10) Hardback Price: GBP9.99 Publisher: Barnabas imprint of BRF Published: 19 March 2010 ISBN: 978-1-841-01708-2 The Goodbookstall

About the Author

Meg Wang was born in Los Angeles, lives in London and has degrees from both the University of California and of Cardiff. She is a writer, editor, poet and singer. Heather Stuart has a degree in illustration from the Kent Institute of Art and Design and a fresh modern style influenced by her Christian faith. She combines her career as an illustrator with that of a classroom teacher of 4-5 year-olds.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
384 pages

Author

Meg Wang
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Publisher

Barnabas an imprint of BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship)

Publication date

19th March 2010

ISBN

9781841017082


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