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Kregel Publications Bible Animals

An adorable collection of pocket-sized board books for pint-sized readers, each a charming retelling of beloved Bible stories through the eyes of the animals involved. The set includes six individual board books in a handy and colorful slipcase. Each eight-page story uses clear and simple text, with heartwarming illustrations by Steve Smallman. Ideal for little hands to hold, and perfect for travel or small reading areas.
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Great Entertainment in a Small Package

Date:November 8, 2011
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Bluerose
Age:25-34
Gender:female
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Bible Animals is a small set of 6 board books. They are about well known Bible stories, but to add a bit of a twist, they are told from the point of view of the animal involved in the story.
Elephant Keeps Safe(Noah's Ark)
Lion Misses Breakfast(Daniel in the Lion's Den)
The Pig Who Shared(The Prodigal Son)
Little Sheep Gets Lost(Lost Sheep)
Donkey Helps A Stranger(The Good Samaritan)
Big Fish's Supper(Jonah and the Big Fish)
I thought they were very cute! My son just absolutely loved them!! On the same day, he also received a Toy Story book and a Bug book. The fact that he wanted nothing to do with those books for awhile should tell you just how much he loved the Bible Animals books.
There are many times when I have a 3 year old on one hip and a 6 month old that is just as heavy in a car seat in the other arm with a diaper bag threw over my shoulder. When it comes to entertainment, it's important that I get the most out of the smallest package possible. That's exactly what I've got with Bible Animals!
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