We all had to go to a fairly adult Pentecost service this afternoon (dh was preaching and I was playing).
Ds2 piously read his new bible all the way through the service ... LOL
Ds1 read "Molly Moon's incredible book of hypnotism" !!! ... ROFL!
Ds has the Lion one, dd a matching set of Bible and Prayers from M & S. Ds also has some of the paperback extracts from the very big Dorling Kindersley Bible.
We also like Marcia Williams' strip cartoon Bible stories - I had a look at the link to the Lion Graphic Bible and think ds at five is too young for this as yet, although I am sure he would disagree. I hope it is back in print by the time he is eight or so.
God says 'Go!'
Ten read-aloud tales from the Old and New Testaments, full of lively characters and exciting stories. Children will find out that when God spoke to people in the Bible, amazing things were bound to happen! Each chapter includes an activity to help get to grips with the story. Age range 5-7
Andrew Bianchi and Andy Gray
Children sometimes struggle to be excited by the Bible. This book will help them understand the Ten Commandments by looking at various characters in the Bible who struggled to keep them. Using lively illustrations and cartoons throughout, this is a fun way to teach children about God's word. Age range 8-11
God Made Snot!
A unique approach to learning about God and all that he has created! Why did God make us like he did? Was Jesus really as human as we are? A great book for older children and on their level (especially boys!) that they will want to share with all their friends. Age range 8-11