Bible Story Board Book Value Pack Board book
6 Board Books
by Su Box;
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These 6 colourful board books are a simple way to help young children engage with stories from the Bible, and as a bundle are perfect for stocking up on Sunday School prizes.
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Bible Story Board Book Value Pack
Full Product Description
- For pre-school children, these books are a prefect Bible introduction
- They feature colourful images, and are sturdy board-books made to survive being chewed, thrown, and covered in mess
- Perfect as prizes, and great for your Sunday School or Creche, these books are trustworthy Bible stories
These warm-hearted stories featuring a favourite Bible animals are a tactile treat for little fingers. Gently shaped and with embossing throughout, these Bible re-tellings of Bible stories are perfect for introducing little ones to God's word.
Help young children to engage with the Bible through these bright board books.
- The Camels and the Child
- The Donkey and the King
- The Lamb and the Good Shepherd
- The Lions and the Servant
- The Zebras and the Big Boat
- The Big Fish and the Prophet
Bible Story Board Book Value Pack by Su Box was published by Eden bundles in May 2017 and is our 1303rd best seller. The ISBN for Bible Story Board Book Value Pack is EDENBUNDLE-1923.
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Details for Bible Story Board Book Value Pack
|Author / Artist||Su Box|
|Publisher||Eden bundles (May 2017)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 1 years up to 5 years|
|Page last updated||9th November 2017|