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Thursday, April 2, 2015

A Toddler Bible Story Book You Can Hug - 'Tiny Bear's Bible' Review

Combine a toddler's Bible poem stories with a bear begging to be hugged, and you've got the idea of this new Tiny Bear's Bible from ZonderKidz, written by Sally Lloyd-Jones and illustrated by Igor Oleynikov. I agreed to review "Tiny Bear's Bible" as part of the Book Look for Bloggers program in exchange only for my honest opinion.

I received this book in the mail yesterday, and opened up the package. The moment I saw Tiny Bear's Bible The "Aw"'s became flowing from my mouth as well as my daughter's. This book is so adorable and just begs to be hugged. It comes sealed in a plastic storage bag that snaps closed.


The cover is wrapped in very soft fabric and stitched to look like a bear. I received the Bible with the bear wearing blue striped overalls, but you can order it in pink as well.

The Tiny Bear's Bible  would make the most adorable baby shower, baptism, first birthday, or Easter gift for a baby or toddler. It makes a fantastic fun read-aloud for the little ones, but would even be great for a preschooler or early reader.

It contains 11 Bible accounts on the inside board book style thick, chunky pages. The left side of the page of each new account features a colorful picture that is related to the Bible passages that are covered, for instance, the account of Noah has part of an ark filled with animals. On the right side of each new Bible story account there is a picture of Tiny Bear and how the story relates to him. For instance, the story of Jesus' birth is featured with Tiny Bear and his family decorating a Christmas tree. Every account is a rhyming poem that is fun and easy to read aloud to little listening ears. The poem covers the basics of each new Bible passage, while the final line always relates it back to talking to Tiny Bear and how it would relate to the child's life.

The Bible story poem accounts covered include:

  • Creation
  • Noah's Ark 
  • Moses 
  • David and Goliath 
  • Daniel and the Lions' Den 
  • Jesus' Birth 
  • Jesus Stops a Storm 
  • The Lord's Prayer 
  • Zacchaeus 
  • Jesus' Resurrection 
  • God's promise to be with us always
This is not the first children's book for the author. She is quite familiar with writing for kids. Among some of her already popular titles are how to Be a Baby by Me the Big Sister AND The Jesus Storybook Bible.

The illustrator is also accustomed to child books and drawing for children. He has illustrated more than twenty-five children's books and lives in Moscow.

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