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Review: The Preschooler’s Bible

Hott Synopsis

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‘The Preschooler’s Bible’ has taken some of the most poignant stories from the Bible written them in in a story-form that children – and their parents – can’t help but love and paired them with illustrations that will entice even the most active child’s imagination.

Having some issues? Not only does this book include an index of the lessons but they’re also indexed by character values, so you can provide lessons for now.

Hott Review

What I liked: Actually, I really enjoyed the stories. They were easily understandable while still being very applicable.
What I didn’t like: Honestly? This thing is HUGE!


Author: V. Gilbert Beers
Source: David C. Cook via Netgalley
Grade: B+
Ages: 3-6


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