Really Woolly Bible Stories

I just received this cute children bible story book from Booksneeze today, and I was really delighted. The book is really cute and well illustrated. I like it very much, and I daresay children will like it a lot too. The book is a case-bound padded board book, suitable for toddlers and also children up to 8 or 9.

It’s small in size, and contain biblical stories from Old and New Testament. The bible story book is written in the form of rhyme, and it encourages children to look up the complete story in the bible. 😀

This is a really nice book. II may be an adult, but this book caught my attention nevertheless. Perfect for you if you’re a parent and wants to read bible stories to your children during bedtime.

My all time favourite is Noah’s story. In this Really Woolly Bible stories, Noah’s story is told like this:

Noah

His name was Noah, his heart was good,

He built an ark of solid wood,

The animals entered, two by two,

The cakatoo, the kangaroo.

For forty days the rain came down,

Then God sent wind to dry the ground.

He placed a rainbow in the sky,

His colourful promise, way up high!

Very short and sweet, isn’t it? Very easy for children to understand. And on the page where the illustrations is, it reads : Read all about Noah in Genesis 6-9. Same goes with other stories like David and Goliah, Jonah, Joseph, Abraham and many more biblical figures. There’s a rhyme one one page, along with illustrations as well as the bible reference. Really good and encouraging for children. I like this story book very much, even though I’m no longer a child.

This story book is perfect for bedtime stories session and for read-along. Highly recommended, and I give this book two thumbs up. I rate this book 5 stars out of 5.

I received this bible story book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers for an advance reading as part of their Booksneeze bloggers program . I was not required to write a positive review and therefore, the book review is 100% my own opinion.

8 comments

    • Cleffairy says:

      Yes, not all kids love reading… some likes to play more… mine, however, very selective. He can’t resist Doraemon… and those books that got cars and teddy bears in it.

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