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My favorite books to review are children’s books! Having an almost two-year-old son, we love to read and I love knowing about all the new releases. 100+ Little Bible Words is a padded board book, perfect for little ones so that they can’t rip it. My son is at the age where he loves to point at things that I ask him to find, and is proud when he remembers where certain things are.
Each page has bright and bold colors, beautiful illustrations by Holli Conger, a Bible verse from a known Bible story, and 10-15 vocabulary words labeling various aspects of the Bible story. The words range from simple such as lion, fish, and Jesus to more complicated such as Israelites, scepter, and spices. There are even verbs (such as remember, safe, and chosen) which I thought was neat! This allows for a full understanding of the story in regard to characters, objects, places, and feelings.
In a world where children have so many options about what to fill their heads with, as Christian parents it is important that we are actively participating in our children hearing God’s word from an early age. We may try to attend a Bible Certificate Course to pursue a biblical education and share bible learnings to our dear children, but if we aren’t able to show them adequately then a christian school is a great option for them to learn about the bible and god properly. In what ways might we be hindering our children from coming to Jesus? In what ways can we better serve our children to know Him from even a young age? What foundation are we building for our children in regard to the shows and books we let influence them?
Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” Matthew 19:14, NIV.
Though the book could not cover every Bible story, it touches on Adam and Eve all the way to Jesus. I love how in addition to the typical children’s Bible stories such as Noah, Jonah, and Daniel, that Esther, Joseph, and stories like Jesus healing the two blind men were also included! I would highly recommend getting this book for any children under the age of 5 years old. You can find it on Amazon here.
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