Book Review: My Toddler Bible

My Toddler Bible 

Exciting stories about great people of the Bible. Simply and clearly retold for very young readers. 

Fans of Chris Embleton-Hall's cheerfully distinctive artwork will be eager to see this new Bible. 20 stories - 9 from the Old Testament and 11 from the New - are retold in a concise and friendly manner in rounded easy-to-read font. Very, very bright, and very, very fun!

Juliet David has written many children's stories and Bible activity books. Her other interests include painting, music, and travel to Israel and other Bible lands. This experienced author lives in London with her family. Chris Embleton-Hall is an English based artist specializing in children's illustration who uses a mixture of digital styles, most recently incorporating pattern and texture. He spent hours of his spare time as a child drawing with his granddad, before studying for a degree in illustration.

My Thoughts: 

This book is sectioned off between the new and old testament, especially made for toddlers to be able to understand. The stories are short, with just a few sentences at most per page and the colors are vibrant. The drawings through out are adorable, and perfect for very young children. Although the stories are very simply told, the moral put across well without going dragging out the detail which would lose a young audience. My Toddler Bible is perfect for young children at home as well as in the church nursery or young Sunday school classrooms. 

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