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The Play-Along Bible by Bob Hartman and Susie Poole (illustrator).

Little description: Looking for a way to integrate the Bible into your child’s playtime?
The Play-Along Bible inspires children’s imaginations while growing their understanding of and love for God’s Word. Through simple hand motions, facial expressions, verbal exclamations, and funny noises, kids can participate and respond to God’s amazing story. Whether it’s acting out the dawn of creation by making a funny fish face or belting out a giant roar while pretending to be a ferocious beast in Daniel’s lions’ den, kids will encounter hundreds of fun ways to actively engage with the Bible. Using this fresh and easy, multisensory approach, you’ll be surprised how well your child will recall and absorb the Scriptures. Adding to the experience are delightful full-color illustrations from British artist Susie Poole.

Genre: Children Bible, First Bible

Find the book on Amazon here.

My thoughts: 5 stars out of 5

Imagine Bible stories come to life with the motions and play time. This book provides not only colorful, childish pictures for the young ones to adore and study, but with every story comes play time, engaging adults and children to participate in the story. Every line is written with a simple childish language, the children will surely enjoy it. With every word, parents will participate in showing, not just telling, the story, thus connecting the stories with the kid’s imagination and having fun acting that out.

PS. Tyndale House Publishers  has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book.