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Publication Date: 20 Aug 2015
Format: Paperback
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
ISBN-13: 9780281074075

The Children's Bible

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9780281074075
£9.99
Summary
The Children’s Bible includes a comprehensive selection of stories from the Old and New Testaments, retold clearly for 7-9 year-olds.
The Old Testament stories include: The garden of Eden; Cain and Abel; Noah and the ark; Abraham, Isaac and Jacob; Joseph; Moses, the plagues and the Exodus; the 10 commandments; Gideon; Samson; Ruth; Samuel; David; Solomon; Elijah; Jonah; Jeremiah; the exile and return; Daniel.
The New Testament stories cover the life, teaching and miracles of Jesus, including the stories of the Good Samaritan, the prodigal son and the lost sheep; the last days of Jesus: the last supper, crucifixion and resurrection; the post-resurrection appearances; the coming of the Holy Spirit; events from Acts – Peter, Paul, Philip.
Carla Manea’s richly coloured illustrations complement the text.
About the Author
Sally Wright is a trained teacher and has written a number of books for children including The Child’s Bible (Authentic, 2011, previously available as The Hodder Children’s Bible) and A Child’s Book of Prayers (Hodder, 2007).

Carla Manea is a freelance designer and illustrator and lives in Malo, Northern Italy. She has illustrated several children’s books.
Press Reviews

TEACHER and writer Sally Ann Wright has produced a page-turner of the Bible for the seven-to-nine-year age group in The Children’s Bible (SPCK, hardback, £9.99). In 140 succinctly-written pages, appropriately colourfully illustrated by Carla Manea, she takes her readers through both the Old and New Testaments, interpreting and presenting complex stories with clarity and integrity. Invaluable for both home and Sunday school.

- Margaret Daniels

Aimed at seven to nine year-olds this beautifully illustrated book retells 101 key Bible stories. Unlike some other children’s bibles, it doesn’t simply focus only on the best-known and familiar stories but seeks to lead children equally through some of the important moments of the Old and New Testaments in accessible but engaging and lively language. Some of the perhaps lesser known stories covered include Ezra, Nebuchadnezzar and Nehemiah.

Published in mid-August, this attractive but sturdy 140-page volume would be appreciated by youngsters keen to learn more about the Bible or be a welcome addition or helpful resource for young church groups and Sunday schools.

- Lynne McNeil

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