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Review: A Bible Alphabet

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Category Book Reviews
Date December 6, 2007

26 pages, one for each letter of the alphabet, telling very simply, familiar stories from the Bible. Big bold print with illustrations which I loved, drawn with ink and coloured pencil that give a special feel to the pictures. G for Goliath, used on the cover, is a prime example. He is big and fierce but not too frightening for little ones. This book cleverly tells a scrap of the story without distortion but hopefully will entice the child to want to learn more as they get older.


This review was first posted by Mary Bartholomew on GoodBookReviews.org. The site has been closed as of March 2019

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