Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Little Lamb's Bible and Little Lion's Bible Book Review

God shaped the earth, turned on the light,
and separated day from night.
Genesis 1-2

Little Lion's Bible and Little Lamb's Bible are perfect beginner Bibles. The soft covers feature a very cute animal that kids are instantly drawn to. My son was excited when I opened the box and he ran his hand across the lion. Inside are 10 simple stories from the Bible such as Creation, Noah's Ark, the Christmas story and the Resurrection. Every story is told in a rhyme with 8 lines and your child will instantly fall in love with these sweet little Bibles.

*This product was provided to me free of charge for purpose of this review. This is my honest opinion of this book and no monetary compensation was received for my opinion.*

From Zondervan:
Two books that small children will love to hold and cuddle with, the Little Lion's Bible and Little Lamb's Bible (Zonderkidz; February 2012; $15.99 each), arrive just in time for Easter. With textures kids love, the warm and fuzzy covers of both board books will spur a love of key Bible stories. They contain words children will understand and colorful artwork to spur their imaginations.   

Using a cuddly lion and a soft lamb, author P.J. Lyons and illustrator Melanie Mitchell present an inspiring collection of ten Bible stories for parents to read to their young children. Throughout these plush-covered books, children will learn that they are loved and cared for by God as they hear about God's faithfulness in stories from the Old and New Testaments, including Noah's ark, David and Goliath, and the birth of Jesus. With sweet rhyming text and colorful illustrations, these soft and cuddly character storybook Bibles are sure to become a favorite with preschoolers. The books, with different covers to appeal to all children, will be perfect for Easter baskets, or any gift-giving occasion.

Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to share these delightful new additions to the Zonderkidz library that parents will love and children will cherish as they learn about God's love for them.

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