The Story Bible

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The Story Bible is a collection of stories from God’s Word that will be a treasured resource. The realistic art brings each story to life and will engage your child with the narrative of God’s redemptive plan.

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Product Description

The Story BibleĀ is written especially for children who are beginning to read. It will helpĀ introduce your child to the wonder of the Bible and will foster spiritual growth in your child through the presentation of unchanging truths. This storybook will help them grow confident in their reading and understanding of God’s Word and in knowledge of the Christian faith. With more than 130 Bible stories and magnificent, realistic illustrations, children will be captivated with the adventure and excitement as they discover the Old Testament promise of a Savior, the New Testament fulfillment of that promise with the coming of Jesus, the growth of God’s Church through the acts of the apostles, and the ultimate promise of life in heaven with Jesus found in John’s vision in the book of Revelation. The Story Bible also includes:

  • Guidelines for reading the Bible with children
  • An introduction to the book
  • Wording drawn directly from the Scriptures
  • Read-aloud, or read-along format
  • Easy-to-read structure
  • Discussion prompts
  • Activities to reinforce the moral or lesson
  • Summaries of prayers
  • Glossary of key terms
  • A glossy “Presented by” page

Recommended for ages 3+.

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Additional Information

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 9.5 x 10.5 x 1.25 in






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1 review for The Story Bible

  1. Rated 4 out of 5


    This Bible is age-appropriate and is full of bright pictures. It helps to have vocabulary words on the margins. It is broken up into stories that are easy to focus on with the younger children. It would have been even better if at least some pictures were a little more in line with the ancient Christian representation of biblical characters instead of the modernized ones.

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