Wednesday, June 7, 2017
My Lift-the-Flap Bible Stories
With more than 30 lift the flaps that move the story along and charming artwork, My Lift-the-Flap Bible Stories will delight little ones as they learn favorite Bible stories. Young families looking for a way to engage their little ones with the Bible will love My Lift-the-Flap Bible Stories. Unique from other lift-the-flap books, each flap reveals the next part of the Bible story to keep the story moving. Search for Jonah falling into the belly of the whale, watch Jesus perform miracles, and welcome an angel waiting in the tomb by lifting the flaps to see the story revealed. Sweet art and easy-to-understand retellings of favorite Bible stories will delight parents and little ones alike. Teach your little ones about the stories of the Bible in fun, delightful ways through the My Lift-the-Flap Bible Stories!
The illustrations of this board book are cute, and my little guy liked the book itself. I did not understand the way the flaps were done. Some were teeny tiny, smaller than flaps I've seen in other books of this type and some were huge, taking up a big portion of the picture. It just seemed odd to me, and I felt the little flaps would be harder for little hands to open. Another thing I did not like where the illustrations for the story of Daniel in the Lions' Den. One of the lions is jumping on Daniel and then when you open the flap the lion is licking him. This just didn't appeal to me to go with this story.
The age range for this says 4-8, and the text is appropriate for that age. The story has a little blurb from the Bible about the story with the passage listed as well.
This is not my favorite "lift the flap" book I've seen for Bible stories because of the above reasons.
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