The Biggest Story ABC
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In just 26 theologically sound pages, The Biggest Story ABC skillfully covers the overarching storyline of the Bible. Unlike a typical ABC book that uses the letters of the alphabet to focus on a single word like Alligator or Baboon, The Biggest Story ABC weaves the words into sentences. For example, K: “God gave them Kings but they kept on rebelling,” and L: “God gave them the Law but they disobeyed.” This flexibility in text makes the narrative less forced and more interesting for both you and your children.
Creation, the fall of mankind, and the salvation of the world through God’s sending of Jesus Christ — the Bible is telling one big story, the story of redemption. The Biggest Story ABC captures this one cohesive storyline, and combines it with whimsically beautiful illustrations. The Biggest Story ABC is not mainly a letter-learning tool, it is a glorious way to teach your child about who God is and what He has done.
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Author: Kevin DeYoung
Illustrated By: Don Clark
Format: Board Book
Size: 7.0 in x 7.0 in
Weight: 18.95 ounces
Published: August 31, 2017
review by the Flanders Family
”Best of all, it is packed with theologically sound doctrine. The book introduces a different concept for each letter of the alphabet, all woven together in a continuous explanation of God’s great story of love and redemption.”Read the Review
review by The Art Kit
”The Biggest Story ABC is full of colorful illustrations that will captivate audiences of all ages. Teach your children their ABC’s in a fun and biblical way with this unique alphabet book... If you have little ones between the ages of one and three, we definitely recommend looking into this book. The easy-to-read text and bright illustrations are so captivating!”Read the Review
Really great starter book for a preschooler. I use for my 2 year old.
Beautiful book. I would like a book with a better one word biblical association - A for Apple, B is for Bible, C is for Christ... with short scriptures or references (maybe it has already been done?). This book takes some liberties correlating letters to stories, but that is traded for continuity with the Biblical narrative. My children love it!