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Book Review ~ Night Night Bible Stories by Amy Parker

Book_ReviewSynopsis:

Before you say good night, snuggle your kids cozy close and enjoy favorite Bible stories for bedtime. Amy Parker and Virginia Allyn, the pair you know and love from the best-selling books Night Night, Farm and Night Night, Train, have teamed up again for their first bedtime Bible storybook.

Night Night Bible Stories includes 30 stories from the Old and New Testaments told in narration. Each Bible story features rhyming takeaways to remind little ones of God’s love and care along with a sweet bedtime prayer. Stories include:

  • “When the World Was Made”
  • “The World’s Bravest Queen”
  • An Angel Visits Mary”
  • “Jesus Lives”
  • “Go Tell the World!”

Bedtime is the perfect time to share with your children timeless messages of faith from the Bible. For old and new fans of Amy Parker Night Night books, Night Night Bible Stories is sure to help your little ones fall asleep feeling safe and loved.

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What were my thoughts?

I read quite a few children’s books for reviews; the reason being is I have nine grandchildren and they love me to read to them. When I had the chance to grab this one to read to my audience, and review I jumped at the chance.

Night Night Bible Stories is comprised of 30 different Bible stories that are short to keep your audience’s attention while you are reading to them. Each story ends with a reference to the scripture, a prayer, and a cute little rhyme that goes with the story that you just read. The print is a bit too small for very young children, so you will want to plan your evening to allow yourself time to read to your younger audience. My grandchildren and I enjoyed these Bible stories very much. Your children will learn about Jesus while enjoying a quick bedtime storybook with a hardback cover, slick paper pages that are very durable, but not durable enough for the little ones. Beautifully illustrated by Virginia Allyn and written by Amy Parker.

Thank you to the publisher Thomas Nelson for the complimentary copy. The opinions I expressed are my own.

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