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The Usborne book of Bible stories with CD
This book contains the following Usborne titles: Noah's Ark, Joseph and his Amazing Coat, Daniel and the Lions and Jonah and the Whale and other stories.
Key Stage: FS/KS1 E/RE; Age 3+ (info)
210 x 210mm
Author/Editor: Heather Amery
Illustrator: Norman Young
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The Usborne Book of Bible Stories
I absolutely love this book. It's one of the few bible storybooks that figured out that toddlers need more than one picture per bible story to keep them interested - this book averages 10 pages per story! My son loves it and even pretends to read the words. Have bought it as a gift for another friend too. The CD is just a bonus in my mind.
Sharon, 25th June 2009
Both of the Bible CD & Book Sets are a real hit
My son got these about a year ago and still loves hearing them again and again. He has questions, not all of which I can answer, like 'Why didn't Jesus' friends help him on the cross?' but at least that proves that it is not just the great sound effects that fascinate him. Make a backup of the CD just in case, you'll regret it if you don't.
Corinne W, 29th April 2009
I purchased this book for my children, and they LOVE it! It is such a beautiful, well-made book, and they love to sit and read along with the stories. The sound effects are wonderful as well, and bring the stories to life. Great book for young children to learn the basic Bible stories.
Corrie MacDonald, 24th March 2009
Bible Stories loved by my 2 year old!
I purchased this book for my daughter when she turned a bit older. We've always enjoyed reading upwards of 10-15 toddler/baby books a day. This book is a reading level much higher than that of a toddler, but this is all my daughter wants to read now. The drawings capture her imagination and the length of the stories keeps her attention. I read the book many times before I ever opened the CD. The CD has great sound effects and brought the stories even more to life for her. The only thing I wish they had was some particular noise indicating she should turn the page. I'm confident she could go through the whole book over and over by herself then.
Kayla Eckert Uptmor, 20th February 2009
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