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1-3 PRIMARY READING LEVEL: BIBLE FOR PRESCHOOLERS & BEGINNING READERS

The Bible should be read aloud to children before they can read it for themselves. The regular family Bible is best for this. Please don’t worry whether they understand everything. I don’t understand everything in the Bible and I have been reading it for over 50 years. Listen to the Holy Spirit regarding editing as you read. My personal opinion is to not edit out much, as everything in the Scriptures has been included by the Holy Spirit for a reason, and far be it from us to second- guess Him. But He is a reliable Guide as you read. Trust yourself, and trust Him. ♥

The Bible in Pictures, The Child’s Story Bible, Egermeier’s, and The Golden Children’s Bible are excellent read- aloud Bibles for children. The Bible in Pictures is illustrated with quality artwork on every page. The Beginner’s Bible is a well-done edition that beginning readers can read independently. Finally, A is for Adam, D is for Dinosaur, and The Gospel for Children are highly recommended presentations of the gospel for children.

Beginner’s Bible by Karyn Henley
Bible in Pictures edited by Rev. Ralph Kirby, published by Greystone Press
Child’s Story Bible by Catherine E. Vos
Egermeier’s Bible Story Book by Elsie E. Egermeier
Golden Children’s Bible by Joseph A. Grispino and Samuel Terrien
Book of Life by Newton Hall and Irving Wood, in 8 volumes
A is for Adam by Ken and Mally Ham
D is for Dinosaur by Ken and Mally Ham
Gospel for Children by John B. Leuzarder
Adam, Adam, What Do You See? by Bill Martin, Jr. and Cathie Felstead
Jesus and other illustrated Bible stories by Brian Wildsmith

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