365 Read-Aloud Bedtime Bible Stories

365 Read-Aloud Bedtime Bible Stories


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The Most Important 10 Minutes in Your Child's Day!
Make the most out of bedtime with 365 Read-Aloud Bedtime Bible Stories

Children love Bible stories, especially when they are written in age-appropiate, easy-to-understand language. Written specifically for ages 3-8, this book has a year's supply of the best-loved Bible stories that will delight your children. All the excitement, adventure, history and spiritual truths of the Bible are skillfully presented. 

Features questions to help stimulate discussion and over 100 illustrations to spark the imagination!

Daniel Partner is a freelance writer and editor. He has worked on many Bible projects for both children and adults.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781557482648
Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date: 04/07/2007
Series: Value-Priced Kids' Bks.
Edition description: REPRINT
Pages: 368
Sales rank: 67,989
Product dimensions: 5.19(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.68(d)
Age Range: 7 - 9 Years

About the Author

Daniel Partneris a freelance writer and editor in Oregon. He has worked on many Barbour projects over the years, as well as collaborating with his wife, Margaret, on Women of Sacred SongMeditations on Hymns by Women.

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365 Read-Aloud Bedtime Bible Stories 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think it is so great how my kids beg me to read this book every night. We don't just read one story each night, it winds up being 4 or 5 at a time. They are ages 2, 5, and 6.
1mom2sons More than 1 year ago
Book is illustrated in black and white with very few full page illustrations. The paper chosen is cheap with a dark cream color making the book seem dark. Very dissapointing! My son loves his children's Bible, but does not want bedtime stories from this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was disappointed when I discovered that this does not quote from the King James Version of the Holy Bible. For example, in the story of Cain and Abel - when the Lord asks Cain where his brother is, the King James Version of the bible reads: "I know not: Am I my brother's keeper?" (Genesis 4:09). In this book it is quoted, as if it is from the bible, but it reads "Should I care for my brother?" This is just one example, but it is the same result in all of the stories. The 365 Read Aloud Bedtime Bible Stories does not say which bible it is quoting from, but it is definitely not the King James Version, I believe it is a modern interpretation. In addition, I found key parts to be eliminated from the stories, once again to use the Cain and Abel story: this book only states that both men gave God a gift, and God was happy with Abel's gift, but he refused Cain's gift. Never does it explain why God refused Cain’s gift, or that Satan was involved in Cain’s decisions. In my opinion key points of the stories are eliminated.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read to my kids every night and the love the fact that there are question at the end of the story.
KCE More than 1 year ago
This is a great way for children to learn and understand the Bible.
DubiousDisciple on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I have been on the lookout for a good introductory book for adults to the stories in the Bible, and someone told me this children¿s book would actually be a good one. They were right, I read through every story and enjoyed it! It¿s a one-year collection of short Bible stories; you get 211 from the Old Testament, and 154 from the New (mostly Acts and the Gospels).Do be aware that its target audience really is young children. You won¿t find any of the Bible¿s ¿adult themes¿ herein. Rahab isn¿t a harlot; she¿s just a nice lady. Mary isn¿t a virgin. I guess that would be a little too complicated to explain.365 days wasn¿t quite enough for Partner to get through the Bible, probably because of an overemphasis on the teachings of Jesus, so you won¿t find a full coverage of the Bible. For example, if there was anything at all about Ezekiel, one of the Bible¿s more important prophets, I missed it. I was a little surprised at this, since Ezekiel¿s dreams and publicity stunts would make for memorable children¿s lessons.You will, however, find a great deal of attention given to the kings of Israel and Judah, to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple, to the deportation into captivity, to the release from captivity and rebuilding of the Holy Land. Excellent; I¿m in favor of this emphasis. Few Christians grow up knowing anything at all about Judaism¿s past, its defeats, sufferings, and desperate hopes for redemption. This is, after all, the atmosphere which birthed Christianity, for Christ means ¿Messiah,¿ the long-awaited redeemer.Great book, cute pictures, and even I could understand the simple writing. :)
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This is the best way to introduce Jesus to the little children. Jesus is coming back for his children who are his. To go to heaven you need the holyghost and the right babtism wich is in Jesus name. There is only one God and his name is Jesus christ of nazereth who is the alpha and omega,begining and the endiningand who is to come.
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So great
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