XTB 11: Write and Wrong Paperback
Designed to help you explore the Bible for yourself
by Alison Mitchell;
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Opening up the excitement of the Bible for 7-11 year olds, this XTB book contains three months of Bible readings across John's Gospel and the books of 2 Kings, Isaiah and Jeremiah.
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XTB 11: Write and Wrong
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Issue Eleven of XTB is called Write and Wrong. Three months of Bible Readings to help you investigate who Jesus is in John's Gospel, to meet the last kings of Israel, and to read about how the Israelites had to leave their homes, in the books of 2 Kings, Isaiah and Jeremiah.
XTB (eXplore The Bible) is a series of daily Bible reading notes for children of the 7-11 age group, with puzzles, pictures and prayers. XTB is beautifully presented with full-colour illustrations and is a series of 12 books which, if used on a quarterly basis, will help a child cover all of the main books, themes and characters of the Bible in 3 years. Look out for Table Talk - a book of daily Bible times for families with children aged from 4 upwards. The Bible passages are the same each day for XTB and Table Talk - so you can use the two books together, or on their own. Whichever suits you best.
XTB 11: Write and Wrong by Alison Mitchell is published by Good Book Company and is our 11897th best seller. The ISBN for XTB 11: Write and Wrong is 9781904889144.
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Details for XTB 11: Write and Wrong
|Author / Artist||Alison Mitchell|
|Publisher||Good Book Company|
|Recommended for Ages||from 7 years up to 11 years|
|Number of Pages||76|
|Page last updated||1st June 2017|