Book Review: Bible Stories that end with a hug

biblehugTitle: Bible Stories that end with a hug

Author: Stephen Elkins

Little children love getting—and giving—hugs! Hugs generate warmth, affection, and a feeling of acceptance. Show your little ones just how much you treasure them while teaching them about the Bible and God’s unconditional love for his creation. Bible Stories that End with a Hug! features 75 easy-to-understand Bible stories with charming illustrations, lessons on how to apply the stories to your child’s daily life, memory verses from the Holy Bible, New Living Translation, and a special “Hug Time” during which you can share a great big hug with your child.

 My Review:
My son loved this book. It’s hard bound but it’s not a board book. There are nearly 160 pages and it’s somewhat a bible for toddlers. It covers all the typical bible stories starting with creation in the old testament and ending with new testament teachings of love one another. Each story is only two page, with one page being mostly illustration. Each bible story ends with a hug.
I would recommend this book if you are wanting something for your little one to start learning the word of God. It’s illustrated nicely and I am sure your child will love it as much as mine.

*I received a copy of this book to review from Tyndale Blog Network, but was not financially compensated in any way. The opinions expressed here are my own.*


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