The Easter Story Paperback
Candle Bible for Kids
by Juliet David;
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The Easter Story
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Through clear and simple text, children come to understand the events leading up to Jesus' death and the astonishing miracle of his resurrection. It introduces children to the reason people celebrate this special day, and shares with them the wonderful gift of God's Good News.
The Easter Story by Juliet David was published by Lion Hudson in February 2012 and is our 1423rd best seller. The ISBN for The Easter Story is 9781859859124.
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The Easter StoryKathy Bland, via The Good Book Stall
This brightly illustrated Candle Bible story will appeal to younger children (3-7yr olds). The story begins with Jesus riding into Jerusalem on a donkey and leads you through the events of the crucifixion and resurrection, ending with Jesus' ascension into heaven. The older children in the age bracket will enjoy following the map in the middle of the book which shows where Jesus went while he was in Jerusalem.
Personally, I wasn't too sure about the picture of the female angels (one dressed in pink!) but the story and illustrations are engaging and enjoyable and will help younger children learn all about the Easter story. (If it leads you to check in the Bible for accuracy then so much the better!) This book would make a lovely alternative to an Easter egg and will probably cost you less too! It makes welcome change to find an accessible Easter story for children amongst the huge number of Christmas stories available!
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Details for The Easter Story
|Author / Artist||Juliet David|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (February 2012)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 3 years|
|Number of Pages||24|
|Page last updated||21st February 2018|