The Big Picture Story Bible

My daughter LOVES to read. She has a basket of books and can often be found sitting over with her basket, reading books to herself. I love it because she already has a love for books! I can’t help but attribute her love for reading to the fact that I have read to her {almost} every day of her life.

Do you remember this picture?

It’s from one of the first posts I wrote. I promised I would tell you about it later on… 🙂

If you have children under the age of 7, this post is especially for you. Here are the facts:

  • Title: The Big Picture Story Bible
  • Written by: David Helm
  • Recommended Ages: 2 – 7

Why do I love it?

  • Big, colorful pictures
  • Limited text per page

  • My favorite aspect of this book, though, is the way it is written. While most Bible books will highlight “popular” Bible stories, this book is written with an overarching theme and mentions specific Bible stories to teach children more about God Who keeps His big promise.

I started reading this book to my little girl when she was only 1 month old. I knew she had no idea what I was saying, but I wanted to establish the habit of a daily Bible time with her, even if the only benefit was my getting into the habit of reading to her every day.

The funny thing is – reading this book actually helped my understanding of the story line of the Bible! Crazy that I learned something from a children’s book, but…it’s true.

If you want to see some more of the book, click here and then click the “click to look inside” link on the picture of the book.

We just have the book, but I noticed that you can get the book and a CD here. That would be great to have in the car!

I highly recommend this book for your kiddos. It would also make an awesome baby shower gift.

Or Christmas gift…
Or Easter present…
Or St. Patrick’s Day gift….
do you get my drift? 🙂

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