Colors in the Bible
In this energetic board book, children are taken on a colorful tour of beloved Bible stories. Little ones will learn about colors and be introduced to the world of the Bible as they read about the green Garden of Eden, the yellow deserts of Egypt, and the blue Jordan River. Created with fresh, modern illustrations, this colors primer is sure to captivate curious toddlers.
My thoughts: This book is so much fun! I love the bright colors and how it incorporates the colors into the Bible, showing how the flame of the burning bush was red or Samson's hair was black. My children are in love with this unique was to learn colors! It came at the perfect time, since we are working on colors with my son. This book is a fun way to learn many of the basic colors.
Numbers in the Bible
In this energetic counting primer, children are taken on a number-filled tour of beloved Bible stories. Little ones will learn their numbers and be introduced to the world of the Bible as they count the Ten Commandments, the seven days of Creation, and the three lions in the lions' den. Created with fresh, modern illustrations, this educational board book is sure to captivate curious toddlers.
My review: I love that both of these books have a scripture verse on each page, so it shows one ark or two brothers (Jacob and Esau). I feel like it has touched on some different stories than the Bible stories my children usually want read to them! I love that this one has "3 friends" with Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego. These books are delightful. I love that the illustrations are colorful without being too cartoonish.
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Both look awesome!ReplyDelete
Both look good. I am not sure I can choose... But maybe the color one better.ReplyDelete