The Look and Tell Bible {Book Review}


The Look and Tell Bible
Published by Thomas Nelson

About the book:
Looking for a way to engage little ones in learning Bible stories? 
The Look and Tell Bible gives preschoolers and toddlers the opportunity to use creative, charming illustrations to interact with you in an innovative way. Rebus format allows little ones to read along and become a part of the experience while learning important Bible stories. 
Parents will love teaching their children these enduring stories while offering their children the opportunity to grow as a believer. Bible stories include: Adam and Eve, Noah and the Ark, Joseph, Moses, David and Goliath, Daniel and the Lions’ Den, the Nativity, the Feeding of the 5,000, the Good Samaritan, and the Easter Story.
When I saw this book up for review, I knew it was going to be something the little guys in my Sunday School class would love!

First, lets talk about the amazing cover.  The cover is so great, I knew it would draw them right in.  I mean, hello, what boy doesn't love the story of David and Goliath!  They knew straight away that the "big guy" was bad, and the smaller boy was the good guy.

The illustrations are absolutely adorable. The cartoon character version of people are especially cute
for kids.

Each Bible story is condensed to only 5 or 6 sentences, with the main thoughts presented in a way children can understand. On the left page is a key, with pictures and the words of them. The right page has the story. The kids loved shouting out the words when I pointed to the pictures! I was so excited that the very first story was Creation, which coincided with exactly what we're learning about in class!

Another plus, this book is extremely durable for those who may get a little rougher than others.

This book was provided to me free of charge by Book Look in return for my honest review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

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