Best Bible Books for Children
Weather you are in a religious family or not, the bible stories are very beneficial for your children. All the merits presented in these classic stories are of great importance for shaping one’s personality. The following great Bible books can help enlighten your kids.
A child’s First Bible
A child’s First Bible by Kenneth N. Taylor is perfect for taking to church or using at home with young children. Your children will love this beautifully illustrated first Bible. A Child’s First Bible has a collection of 125 of the most favorable Bible stories, from the Old and New Testaments.
It begins with the story of the Creation and ends with Revelation. It’s easy-to-read, with simple follow-up questions at the end of each story. Each story has a scripture reference from where they come from in the scriptures.
The Jesus Storybook Bible
The Jesus Storybook Bible by Sally Lloyd-Jones follows all the Bible stories that somehow surround the baby Jesus Christ. From Noah to Moses and all the way to King David, every story revolves around HIM.
It shows children of how much God loves his children and would always save them from peril. This book invites children to enjoy the greatest Bible adventures and to discover Jesus and the story of salvation.
The Action Bible
The Action Bible by Doug Mauss offers 215 Bible narratives in chronological order, making it easier for young readers to follow the historical flow of the Bible. This book is complete with captivating artwork for a more visual focus.
The illustrations were done by Brazilian artist Sergio Cariello with dramatic shading and bold designs, looking almost like a comic book to appeal to the young reader. The illustrations along with the style of reading will change the way young readers see the Bible.
The Beginner’s Bible
The Beginner’s Bible by Kelly Pulley introduces children to the Bible stories and characters. With more than 90 Bible stories illustrated vibrantly for children ages 6 and under. Such stories include Noah and the Ark and Jonah and the whale and many more. The Beginner’s Bible was the 2006 Retailers Choice in Children’s Nonfiction. Not only is it a good way to teach children and get them excited about reading the Bible, but it makes great material for children just learning to read.
The One Year Devotions for Preschoolers
The One Year Devotions for Preschoolers by Crystal Bowman is a great way for young children to interact with scriptures on a daily basis. Watch as your young children’s understanding of God grow as you help them along with this one year devotional.
Wonderful lessons help children learn how to deal with everyday problems, no matter how little they are. Each illustration is paired with a short Bible verse and devotional thought that will get you discussing scripture with your children. At the end of each devotional is a fun and rhyming prayer.
Princess Stories by Carolyn Larsen is considered the “big sister” of the popular board book My Princess Bible with 30 beautiful stories of God’s princesses. You always learn about the courageous men of the Bible, but never of the brave, strong women. This book is appropriate for little girls 4-8 years of age.
God’s Little Princess Devotional Bible
God’s Little Princess Devotional Bible by Sheila Walsh teaches little girls how to learn and grow. This book will guide your girl to bloom into a princess.This book is fun and engages its little readers in wonderful activities.
The Child’s Story Bible
The Child’s Story Bible by Catherine F. Vos was originally published in 1935, but is still a favorite with today’s children, parents, and teachers. This book holds more than 200 stories from both the Old and New Testaments and are retold in simple language appropriate for children between the ages of 4 and 12. While remaining faithful to the scriptures, this children’s bible offers colorful illustrations to enhance the text.
The Christmas Story
The Christmas Story by Jane Werner Watson is a classic book of the Christmas story. Illustrations are done by Eloise Wilkin. Its text is simple but beautiful. Children could learn the true reason why Christmas is celebrated from this book.
The Children’s Illustrated Bible
The Children’s Illustrated Bible by Selena Hastings is a clear and easy-to-understand Bible with language and beautiful artwork made for young readers. The illustrations and photographs are beautiful, with realistic details. Stories come from both the Old and New Testament and are short and precise, keeping the children’s attention and not boring them. Such stories included are those of the Birth of Jesus and Noah’s Ark.