Best-selling author Kenneth Taylor was well-known for his faithful retelling of Bible stories in a way which engaged young children. This newly illustrated collection of more than 120 Bible stories from his Classic Bible Storybook presents the truths of the whole Bible in a way that is understandable for kids. Each story has 3-4 comprehension questions to help children easily grasp Biblical concepts.
Reading this book will help young ones love the stories of the Bible and may even help adults fall in love again with God's Word.
Praise for the book:
"The stories of the Bible have fascinated children for millennia. And now here are many of them, simply told and illustrated, to help our children become better acquainted with them. My son has loved this series of books and he’ll be excited to read this one too!”
— Jonny Gibson, Associate Professor of Old Testament, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia; Author of The Moon is Always Round
"Bible storybooks play an important introductory role in introducing our youngest children to the work of God and growing a love for the scriptures in their lives. We need books like Bible Stories Every Child Should Know on our shelves to combat our screen-heavy culture. Jenny Brake’s illustrations will stir children’s imaginations and draw them to want to read this wonderful book. A Christian classic again!"
— Marty Machowski, Pastor and Author of Wonderful, The Ology, Long Story Short, and other gospel-rich books for the church and home
"So excited to share these stories with our little ones! Giving them their first taste of the biblical narrative is so important, and these gorgeous illustrations help bring the text to life."
—Jasmine Holmes, Author of Mother to Son: Letters to a Black Boy on Identity and Hope; Speaker; Blogger; Wife and mom
"Some Bible story books are more story than Bible—but this wonderful update of Kenneth Taylor’s classic lets the Scriptures speak. Parents and children will love the simple and direct retelling of over 120 stories from Genesis to Revelation. With fun illustrations and family discussion questions, Bible Stories Every Child Should Know points even the youngest hearts to the good news of Jesus Christ."
—Champ Thornton, pastor and author of several books including The Radical Book for Kids and Why Do We Say Good Night? When You Are Afraid of the Dark
"I love these simple stories that bring a timeless and true narrative to my children. The opportunity to share these with them is a privilege."
— Phillip Holmes, Vice President of Reformed Theological Seminary; Owner of Highest Good Media; Husband and dad