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Touch-and-See Bible (The NLT® Story Bible Series) epub

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Touch-and-See Bible (The NLT® Story Bible Series) epub

ISBN: 0784715955

ISBN13: 978-0784715956

Author: Standard Publishing

Category: For Children

Subcategory: Religions

Language: English

Publisher: Standard Publishing (October 14, 2004)

Pages: 14 pages

ePUB book: 1279 kb

FB2 book: 1577 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 825

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This Bible meets the needs of preschool children by providing Bible learning interactively, with variety in story presentation for high .

This Bible meets the needs of preschool children by providing Bible learning interactively, with variety in story presentation for high interest. My son just made three, and I think it would have been better for a 2 year old. Generally, the stories are too short to capture any interest in the story itself, but there are flaps to pull up and down, which are good. I ask my son which story he wants to hear and he can point it out. I, also, bought the next bible in the series which have the kids act out and and point to things while you read.

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Touch-and-See Bible book

Touch-and-See Bible book. The NLT® Story Bible Series is the perfect resource for parents who want to start their child on a lifelong adventure with Go. LT® is a trademark registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office This book meets the specific needs of toddlers by providing sensory exploration, interactive learning, sturdy board pages, and Bible stories selected for this age group.

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Below is the Protestant canon of the Bible (New Revised Standard Version). The Roman Catholic canon also includes the Deuterocanonical books as part of the Old Testament (these are considered apocryphal by most Protestants)

Below is the Protestant canon of the Bible (New Revised Standard Version). The Roman Catholic canon also includes the Deuterocanonical books as part of the Old Testament (these are considered apocryphal by most Protestants). The Hebrew Bible recognizes the books referred to as the Old Testament in the Protestant Bible, but not the nonical books or the New Testament. The Old Testament with the nonical Books. The Hebrew Scriptures.

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This book meets the specific needs of toddlers by providing sensory exploration, interactive learning, sturdy board pages, and Bible stories selected for this age group.

The NLT® Story Bible Series is the perfect resource for parents who want to start their child on a lifelong adventure with God.NLT® is a trademark registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office by Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. Used by permission.

I have given this book to several friends as part of a baby present. It has one story per page. As such, the stories are very short and a bit incomplete (For example, I add "and it was good" after the creation story.) That said, the additions are easy to make, and even without the additions, the stories give a good introduction. The illustrations are vibrant and colorful. Each page also has some aspect of the illustration that has texture (the fuzzy inside of a flower, wicker basket, smooth cloth dress, etc). It should be noted though that there are not many stories in this book so I wouldn't recommend using it as the only or even primary Bible storybook, but it is a good book to have in a collection, especially for babies or young toddlers.
This Bible storybook engages toddlers' senses by adding textures to vibrant illustrations. Seven popular Bible stories are included: creation, Noah, Moses, Ruth, the nativity, feeding of 5000, and Palm Sunday. Written by author Betsy Todt Schmitt, each story is 5-7 sentences in length. Bible references and memory verses are provided, all in the New Living Translation.

Illustrator Eileen Hine fills the pages with vivid colors and bold outlines, a clip-art-like style that kids will like.Various textures are incorporated into the illustrations such as a velvet flower; shiny metallic sun; lions' fur; satin clothing; basketweave; fuzzy blanket; bumpy, shiny fish scales; and a rough paper leaf.

What I Like: Ruth is mentioned! Not many children's books tell her story. Also, the memory verses imply an application. For example, Ruth's memory verse is Zechariah 7:9: "Show kindness to one another." The size of this book (7x7") is great, easy to squeeze into a diaper bag. Finally, I really like the illustrations. They're bold and wonderfully appealing to the target age group.

What I Dislike: The text has a poor flow. The information is good, but the sentences sometimes trip over one another making it a cumbersome read. My children actually prefer to look (and touch) this book without me reading it. They don't like the storytelling.

Special Info: Some readers may object to Jesus being depicted in the illustrations. His face is shown as a newborn and again from a distance while riding the donkey into Jerusalem. The story of feeding 5000 also shows a close-up of someone's face, but the subject is not clearly identified. This could be Jesus or a picture of a disciple.

Tanya -- Christian Children's Book Review
I bought this for my 11 month old who loves touch and feel books. And he loves this book. There are seven short Bible stories and on the opposite page there is a picture with something to feel, like a lions fur or a soft flower. I think it is a great book to introduce God and the Bible to your baby.