Popular Bible stories from The Beginner's Bible in the proven I Can Read! format for introducing young children to the joy of reading. Mary is going to have a special baby. When He's born, God's angels tell everyone the good news. But the king isn't happy at all. What will become of Baby Jesus?
The new ESV Youth Bible helps open up God's message to us in today's world. It incorporates a reading plan to help get you started, a clear storyline of the Bible, as well as help sections on topics such as forgiveness, justice and freedom.
A Queen Named Esther is a retelling of the favourite Old Testament Bible story about a beautiful Hebrew woman named Esther. Using art from the bestselling The Beginner's Bible, this story is available in the popular and affordable 8x8 softcover format. When the king of Persia is looking for a queen, Esther's cousin Mordecai encourages her to step forward. And when the king sees her beauty, he chooses her to be the new queen. But God has a bigger job for Esther than just being queen. The safety of God's people rests in the hands of the new queen. Can she find the courage to help save the Hebrews from Haman's evil plan?
Daniel likes to help the king and pray to God every day. The king’s other helpers are jealous of Daniel and decide to feed him to the lions! Who will save him? This is a Level Two I Can Read! book, it’s perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.
The Sports Good News Bible is ideal for those with an enthusiasm for sport who want to share the story of God with the same confidence and passion or who have an enthusiasm for sport but aren't so keen on the Bible. Looking for gift for someone with a passion for sport and a heart for God's Word?
The Miracles of Jesus is a fantastically well-written addition to the My First Bible Stories collection focusing on the life of Jesus within the Christian faith. Introducing readers to Christianity’s most renowned stories, The Miracles of Jesus highlights important messages which are still relevant in today’s contemporary society. Language is simple and easy to understand. The detailed illustrations support the text and provide ideal opportunities for spotting things.