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by Martha Rohrer

eBook Bible Stories to Read (A-B-C Series) download ISBN: 0739900218
Author: Martha Rohrer
Publisher: Rod and Staff Publishers, Inc; First Edition edition (1989)
Language: English
Pages: 135
ePub: 1676 kb
Fb2: 1617 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Christian Books

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Bible Stories to Read (A-B-C Series). Children love stories told or read over and over. These stories are chosen to give an introduction to the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. The stories have been kept brief and simple, and as Biblically accurate as possible. Each story is accompanied by a small picture for coloring, a "Questions and Answers" section, and a "Bible Verse to Learn.

Why Should You Read Bible Stories to Your Kids? You must have often heard people iterate the importance of reading a bible story every day or week to your kids, but what value do these stories really hold?

Why Should You Read Bible Stories to Your Kids? You must have often heard people iterate the importance of reading a bible story every day or week to your kids, but what value do these stories really hold? Let’s find out. 1. Bible stories are a great way to pass down morals and values to your kids, teaching them to have faith in God in a way they find interesting. Rather than taking a preachy route, you can read them a story from the bible, just like you would any other, and watch them pay attention with keen eyes

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Bible stories, Judeo-Christian retellings of certain portions of the Bible, have long had a place in family religious worship, spiritual instruction, literature, and the cultural underpinnings of many Christian and Jewish societies. In many Christian churches, they are regular ingredients of Sunday School curricula. The underlying spiritual principles in many of these stories are also used in preaching and teaching for Judeo-Christian adults as well.

Children love stories told or read over and over. These stories are chosen to give an introduction to the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. The stories have been kept brief and simple, and as Biblically accurate as possible. Each story is accompanied by a small picture for coloring, a "Questions and Answers" section, and a "Bible Verse to Learn."
Comments: (3)
Ungall
I bought this book so that I could start reading bible stories to my 4 and 2 year olds. I was having a problem finding books that I felt were really on a child's level. This book is great. My 4 year old just turned 4 in January and I actually started reading the stories to her when she was 3. Some things are slightly over her head, but not many and we usually just discuss those thing together. There is talk of death and dying, but I feel it is appropriate in context and I personally don't want to stray too far from actual bible telling. I love that at the end of every story there are 3questions about the story, which I think helps reiterate some of the teachings and there is also a bible verse to learn at the end of each story. My 2 year old doesn't get it quite like the 4 year old, but she loves the stories non the less and olives to sit and listen to them with us.
Rrinel
Thank you
Low_Skill_But_Happy_Deagle
Bible Stories to Read, by Martha Rohrer, is a 135-page storybook with pictures, oral questions to ask, and Bible memory selections. This book contains 60 simply-told Bible stories (36 from the Old Testament and 24 from the New Testament) for parents to read to their children. Each story includes several questions and answers at the end as well as a short Bible verse to memorize, thus providing practice in both listening and oral skills. The Bible Stories to Read book is illustrated with a miniature version of each coloring picture from Bible Pictures to Color (Rod & Staff). The parent may want to read a story to the child before he or she colors the corresponding picture in the coloring book, or the parent may read the story while the child is coloring along with it. The stories may also be read at any time (perfect for bedtime reading) without any accompanying coloring. This was the very first Bible story book that we bought years ago, and it's still our favorite because it is so simple and to the point. The stories are brief, but they're interesting and accurate, and the pertinent Bible verses are easy to learn. We have re-read these stories many times with our children, ages 3-13, and we've even taken the book to church when we had to fill in for the Sunday school teacher. I just wish they had made a sequel called "More Bible Stories to Read!"

~Teri Ann Berg Olsen, author of Learning for Life: Educational Words of Wisdom