The Rhyme Bible Storybook for Little Ones by L. J. Sattgast and illustrated by Laurence Cleyet-Merle
This little book is so much fun. I love that it has durable board book pages, bright engaging pictures and rhyming text to pull us all through the story. It will definitely be a lovely help in teaching my little ones some of the most tellable stories in the Bible.
The writing of The Rhyme Bible feels more appropriate for the attention spans of young toddlers (1-4ish). Perfect for my kids. I feel like it will be a good prequel of sorts to the Jesus Storybook Bible – which I also love, but tends to be too wordy for my small munchkins.
After I received it in the mail I also realized it is a newer version of a book my younger brothers had when they were toddlers. It is fun to find out I still remember the rhymes 15 years later (they were 3-5, I was 10-12). And reassuring to have a book with that kind of staying power. :)
I am looking forward to reading this book with my munchkins. They have both gotten stuck with interested faces on the Jonah pages when looking through it on their own.
We may have to read that story next!
What Bible literacy resources have you used with your young kids? When do you start Bible memory work?
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