"The bible stories come to life with vivid action verbs, catchy illustrations, and the brevity necessary for the attention span of the little people we chase around all day. "
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review
Do you have toddlers running amok in your home? Are you a friend, grandparent, Sunday School teacher, or nursery worker in your local church? If so, you’re probably well aware that Christian books for children are in high demand. Reading to children is vital, and teaching them the scriptures is even more necessary.
Have you ever read a children’s book about the bible that just so slightly missed the mark? Maybe they told most of the story correctly but passed over a detail that was vital. Perhaps they paraphrased the story well but failed to point to the gospel.
This is a problem. We want our children to know God’s word accurately. We also desire that they come to faith in Christ and not rely on themselves or some inherent goodness which the scripture clearly teaches they don’t have (Romans 3:10).
Steph Williams’ Little Me, Big God series does a wonderful job of blending accuracy with engagement. The bible stories come to life with vivid action verbs, catchy illustrations, and the brevity necessary for the attention span of the little people we chase around all day.
The series contains three wonderful books:
Each book has “Notes For Grown-Ups” and the biblical text from the New International Version, making these books a wonderful tool for family worship, preschool class, or reading time for the little ones in your life.
Grab a set of the Little Me, Big God books and buy another set for someone who has little ones! It’s well worth the investment to see children being saturated in the scriptures!